WHO’S IN IT?
Sofia Boutella (Star Trek Beyond), Romain Guillermic (Elektro Mathematrix), Souheila Yacoub (film debut), Kiddy Smile (film debut), Claude Gajan Maull (film debut), Giselle Palmer (film debut), Taylor Kastle (film debut), Thea Carla Schott (film debut), Sharleen Temple (film debut), Lea Vlamos (film debut), Alaia Alsafir (film debut), Kendall Mugler (film debut), Lakdhar Dridi (film debut), Adrien Sissoko (Elektro Mathematrix), Mamadou Bathily (Elektro Mathematrix), Ashley Biscette (film debut), Sarah Belala (Goal of the Dead)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Gaspar Noé (Irreversible), director, writer, editor; Brahim Chioua (Enter the Void), Richard Grandpierre (Brotherhood of the Wolf), Vincent Maraval (Blue Is The Warmest Colour) and Edouard Weil (Eagar Bodies), producers; Benoît Debie (Spring Breakers), cinematographer; Denis Bedlow (Love), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In the mid-90s, a group of urban dancers get together for a three-day rehearsal in an abandoned boarding school, for one last dance. Later, as they all party together, it becomes apparent that someone has spiked their sangria bowl with psychedelic drugs, and as they experience a bizarre and disturbing drug trip they let their psychoses and neuroses run rampant to make one hell of a wild night…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Controversial French director Gaspar Noé is back with another freakish and wild assault on the senses, using mostly unknown actors – with the exception of leading lady Sofia Boutella – to enact a wild drug trip that’s as disturbing as anything the director has made in the past.