Shooting has started in London on claustrophobic horror The Seasoning House, reports Screen Daily.
The directorial debut of Paul Hyett, who has worked as a special make-up FX designer on credits including The Woman In Black, Attack The Block and The Eagle, also stars Nathalie Cox, Anna Walton and Kevin Howarth.
“The film centres around a young Balkan girl (played by Rosie Day) forced to work in a rape house during an unspecified war, who kills a militiaman and goes on the run.”
The film is being produced by Michael Riley of London based Sterling Pictures. The company has two other films due for release, JK Amalou’s Deviation (to be released by Revolver) and underworld comedy Hard Boiled Sweets, which Universal is releasing in the UK.
Sterling is hoping to go into production on three projects in 2012, psychological thriller The Black Site, Jasmin Dizdar’s The Gadfly and Chee Keong Chung’s futuristic MMA horror Zombie Apocalypse.
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