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Breathing Room

Breathing Room
File:Breathing room poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by John Suits
Gabriel Cowan
Produced by Gabriel Cowan
Bryce Gerlach
Written by John Suits
Gabriel Cowan
Starring Ailsa Marshall
David Higlen
Brad Culver
Kim Estes
Keith Foster
Music by Chris Kidd
Kari Rae Seekins
Karl Suits
Tim Ziesmer
Cinematography Gabriel Cowan
John Suits
Editing by John Suits
Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment
Release date(s)
Running time 89 minutes
Country  United States
Language English

Breathing Room (also known as A Room to Breathe) is a 2008 horror film written and directed by John Suits and Gabriel Cowan.

The film is said to be "Low on camp and high on suspense", with a plot that resembles the 2006 French cult film 13 Tzameti[1] and House of 9.


Tonya (Ailsa Marshall) is tossed naked into a room with thirteen strangers.[2][3][4][5] She quickly discovers that they are all players in a deadly game.[2][3][4][5] She and the other contestants scramble to uncover why they are there and who is behind it.[2][4]


Breathing Room was shot in 2007 in low budget thrillers.


  • Breathing Room has been accepted into numerous film festivals including


  • Ailsa Marshall as Fourteen (Tonya)
  • David Higlen as Five (Harold Riehl/Unemployed-Convicted Rapist)
  • Brad Culver as Six (Matt McKeown/Police Officer)
  • Kim Estes as Ten (Henry)
  • Keith Foster as Host

See also


External links

  • (2008) at IMDB
  • (2008) at New Artists Alliance
  • at
  • at
  •, September 28 2008
  •, Matt Chapman, August 18 2008
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