Pulse

(2010)
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A year after medical student Hannah Carter freaked out in the operating theatre when her mother died, she is back to resume her studies amid rumours of her instability. A blood-splattered supernatural thriller, from the pen of acclaimed Doctor Who writer Paul Cornell, Pulse is a tale of secret medical experiments, cover-ups and an NHS Teaching Hospital where literally anything can happen.

  1. James Hawes

    Director

  2. Ben Teasdale

    Story

  3. Paul Cornell

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Claire Foy

    Claire Foy

    Hannah Carter

  2. Stephen Campbell Moore

    Stephen Campbell Moore

  3. Ben Miles

    Ben Miles

  4. Caroline Goodall

    Caroline Goodall

    Juliette Randall

  5. Arsher Ali

    Arsher Ali

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Status Released

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  • June 3, 2010
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 53m

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