It may seem a little boring to watch a film shot entirely in one location, but there have been many films in the history of cinema that are equally exciting, even though they were limited to one location. These films have a limited cast and budget.
These limitations brought out the best in the films listed below.
The platform showed a vertical prison with only one cell at each level. There were 2 people in each cell. There is only one food platform and the inmates only have 2 minutes to get food. It is a nightmarish life that people go through when they find themselves in solitary confinement.
2. Gerald's game.
This film is based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. It is about a woman who must deal with a situation where her husband dies unexpectedly after handcuffing her to the bed.
"Cube" is a film in which about 6 strangers with different personalities are trapped in an endless maze. It is full of deadly traps, which makes this film intriguing.
After 2 boys start a fight on the school playground, the parents decide to meet in an apartment in Brooklyn to settle the problem forever. A polite discussion of questions turns the day into an evening, and soon everything becomes chaotic due to the war of words.
5. 12 angry men.
This is an epic drama about a jury in a room that must decide the fate of an 18-year-old convict. Everyone has to come up with their own solution, along with some very compelling evidence.
The Invitation is a thriller drama about a man who accepts his ex-wife's invitation to a party she throws. He eventually realizes that she and her new partner are plotting something suspicious when they lock their guests in their home for a mysterious and life-threatening reason.
127 Hours is the true story of Aaron Ralston (James Franco) who got stuck under a boulder while hiking near Utah. Ralston later takes desperate measures before he is rescued.
8. Man from Earth.
Professor John Oldman's farewell party becomes an intriguing interrogation that takes place in the same room throughout the film. He shares with his colleagues that he had a longer and stranger past than any of them could have imagined.