From Black Fawn Films and Breakthrough Entertainment, and the team behind the breakaway indie-hits Antisocial, The Drownsman, and Bite comes Let Her Out directed by Cody Calahan (Antisocial).
Filmed and set in Toronto, “Let Her Out follows Helen, a bike courier who suffers a traumatic accident. As she recovers, she begins to experience strange episodic-black outs, hallucinations, and night terrors-that lead her to discover that she has a tumor, a benign growth that is the remnants of a “vanishing twin” absorbed in utero. Over time, the tumor manifests itself as the dark and demented version of a stranger. As Helen’s emotional and psychological state begins to deteriorate further and further, she begins to act out in psychotic episodes -influenced by her evil twin- making her a danger to herself and her best friend, Molly. It’s only a matter of time before this evil side of Helen will take her over completely.”
Let Her Out is directed by Cody Calahan (Antisocial), written Adam Seybold and starring Alanna LeVierge, Nina Kiri and Adam Christie. The film is produced by Chad Archibald (The Drownsman, Antisocial, Antisocial 2, Bite, Bed of the Dead) Cody Calahan (The Drownsman, Antisocial, Antisocial 2, Bite, Bed of the Dead) Christopher Giroux (The Drownsman, Antisocial, Antisocial 2, Bite, Bed of the Dead) with Co-Producer / Director of Photography Jeff Maher (Antisocial, Antisocial 2, Bite), Supervising Producer Audrey Velichka and Executive Producers Nat Abraham, Ira Levy, Michael McGuigan and Peter Williamson.
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