Director Mathieu Turi (Meander, Hostile) has lined up his next horror project. The film is called Dark Faces (Gueules Noires) and is set in 1956 in the north of France.
In Dark Faces: “A bunch of coal miners must embark with a strange professor to get some samples, 1,000 meters underground. After the collapse of one part of the mine, they can’t go back, and try to find a way out. They discover an ancient crypt, and awake without knowing it a legendary bloodthirsty creature…”
Samuel Le Bihan, Amir El Kacem, and Thomas Solivérès will star in Dark Faces, which Turi describes as a mix of horror and adventure with a strong social context. Filming is slated to begin this October.
Words: Samantha McLaren (@themeatispeople)