The film Frozen, released in 2010, encompasses 93 minutes of chilly horror and terror as three young friends find themselves stranded high up on a chairlift and unintentionally left there to endure bitter snow storms and the risk of freezing to death. They have to make constructive and quick choices in this life or death situation in order to make it safely back to the ground and away from the harshness of the cold temperatures. Parker, played by actress Emma Bell, begins a trip to a mountain ski resort with boyfriend Dan, portrayed by Kevin Zegers, and his best friend Joe, played by actor Shawn Ashmore. The three decide to take a last minute chairlift ride to ski downhill. When their chairlift suddenly stops and all the lights within the resort begin to go off, they soon realize there is trouble approaching. Unbeknownst to them, confusion among the chairlift operator and a fellow employee causes the entire ski resort to be shut down leaving the friends alone in the dark coldness as they dangle high in the air and out of sight from rescue. Parker, Dan, and Joe now have to make a decision whether to try to get off the chairlift or endure the bitter temperatures until they are either rescued or until the resort reopens. As the cold quickly begins to set in, the threat of broken limbs, frost bite and hyperthermia could determine whether or not they would be able to make it off the mountain alive. Directed by Adam Green, Frozen introduces drama, survival and psychological tension as these three skiers brave through freezing temperatures, towering heights, and the fear of what awaits them if they ever reach the ground. The film is rated R for language and unsettling images.