A remote village in Quebec is terrorized by a flesh-eating plague, in the latest from Robin Aubert.
Actor Marc-André Grondin (Goon) stars in the arthouse horror thriller Les Affamés (Ravenous), alongside actress Monia Chokri (Venice/TIFF 2016 selection Réparer les vivants), Veteran actresses Micheline Lanctôt (My Internship in Canada) and Brigitte Poupart (Monsieur Lazhar).
Directed by Aubert, who also penned the script, “The film follows a group of rural villagers as they try to escape their family and friends, who have turned into flesh-eating predators in the woods.”
Les Affamés is produced by Stéphanie Morissette’s La Maison De Prod, which launched in 2013 with Denis Cote’s Berlinale winner Vic+Flo Saw A Bear. Thanks to Fabien M. for the tip.
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