Movies that set their action in a single location are fairly common, but ones that successfully hold your interest while remaining mostly motionless are relatively rare.
The last picture to truly capture the immobile imagination was 1957's Twelve Angry Men (although Roman Polanski's 1976's shocker The Tenant snags a close second).
Now, Polanski is returning to one room with Carnage, a star-studded cinematic adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway play, God of Carnage. Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly enter the fray as two couples sparring over their warring sons. And as you can tell from this exclusive ETonline sneak peek, separate corners quickly become a necessity as tensions rise and motives become murky in this fantastic film.