Known for his horror short Sinistra (you can enjoy that here), Bloody Disgusting friend Talal Selhami has given us the first look at the Cannes sales art for Mirages, his brand new horror/adventure flick that hesays “is something between Cube, “LOST” and The Shinning.” The flick, produced by the famous Moroccan director Nabil Ayouch, is produced by French/Moroccan, Ali’n, S.N.R.T. and French company Wallpaper. Read on for the long synopsis and artwork.
“Five individuals with contrasting profiles compete for a position within “Matsuika”, a multinational corporation recently set up in Morocco. Following an interview with the CEO, they are advised to undertake a mysterious test in a secret location. It will determine who will hold the position. All five applicants accept and are instructed into a distressing bus, with no windows.
After endless driving, an accident occurs with the candidates trapped in the wreck. Thanks to a joint effort, they manage to evacuate the bus only to find themselves lost in the desert with their driver nowhere to be found. They start to wander, questioning the nature of the accident. Is it part of the test? Despite their will to survive and an urge to find clues, mirages of their most intimate fears start to haunt them.”
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