Hercules, the sadistic unpredictable mafia boss of a cabaret called Al Qaeda, hires a hitman for a peculiar mission: to cut off the finger of a jazz trumpet player who must give a concert in the area in a countess' home, to punish him for displeasing the boss.
Bruce McDonald (Hellions) directs, Tony Burgess wrote the script, Stephen McHattie (Mother!, The Fountain) holds the camera - and plays 2 roles ! - the trio of the excellent Pontypool, and now of this bizarre Dreamland, a sort of zany version of Jim Thompson and James Hadley Chase novels, graced by the presence of the great Juliette Lewis (From Dusk till Dawn, Strange Days).
Directed by: Bruce McDonald. Produced by: Jesus Gonzalez-Elvira, Amber Ripley, Sebastian Schelenz. Screenplay by: Tony Burgess, Patrick Whistler. Editing: Duff Smith. Photography: Richard Van Oosterhout. Music by: Jonathan Goldsmith. With: Stephen McHattie, Henry Rollins, Juliette Lewis, Lisa Houle.
4 September 2019 21:30
5 September 2019 14:30
- International competition
- French premiere
- Presentation reserved to audience above 12
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