New Still From The Holding
Posted on January 24th, 2011 by Samantha • Category: Gallery Updates, Movie Projects, The Holding
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How far would you go to protect the ones you love? And if you go to great lengths, are you prepared to reap the could be heavy consequences? These are the questions being asked by the new film out of the UK called The Holding, and we have your very first look!
Starring Kierston Wareing (Fish Tank), Vincent Regan (300, Clash of the Titans), David Bradley (Harry Potter franchise), Skye Lourie, and Georgia Groome, The Holding is the debut thriller of director Susan Jacobson. The market premiere is scheduled to take place in Berlin next month. Lionsgate will release in the UK in June 2011 and AV Pictures are selling. Look for a trailer soon.
Dig on the goods below!
Cassie Naylor has a brutal secret – she killed her husband, Dean, after discovering he had been abusing one of their daughters. Now running the farm alone with her two girls, Cassie fights to avoid financial ruin. Selling up to predatory local farmer Rabe seems to be her only way out…
Then one day an enigmatic stranger called Aden arrives at the farm, claiming to be an old friend of her husband. He knows all about Cassie and her daughters and charms his way into their lives. Unknown to Cassie, Aden’s motivation has a sinister edge – he is obsessed with the idea of a perfect family and wants to take over Dean’s family as if it were his own.
When Cassie discovers Aden’s deluded intentions, she confronts him. This drives him to increasingly violent acts against anyone he sees as a threat to his family, and he lays siege at the farmhouse, holding Cassie and the children hostage. Trapped, Cassie and her girls must unite and fight like never before.
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