(PCM) ‘Sky’, starring Diane Kruger, Norman Reedus and Lena Dunham, which has been chosen as an official selection for the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival will open in NYC and on VOD on April 15, 2016 with a theatrical roll out to follow. The film is directed by Fabienne Berthaud and you can check out the trailer below:
About the film:
Romy (Diane Kruger) and Richard (Gilles Lellouche) are a French couple on vacation in America. They play at being free and wild in the California desert, but can’t escape the shadow hanging over their relationship. A drunken night in a bar leads to a violent confrontation. Romy sees a chance to remake her life.
While working within the tradition of the road movie, director Fabienne Berthaud brings a uniquely compelling touch to the genre. Toying with conventions — especially those that have to do with a woman traveling alone — Berthaud evokes a deep sense of dislocation. Romy continually shifts from one locale to the next as Berthaud’s restless camera follows. And she meets plenty of people along the way: a sympathetic police officer (Joshua Jackson) in a small-town police station, a cowboy (Norman Reedus) on the Vegas strip, and, in a dust-encrusted trailer park, a perennially pregnant young woman (Lena Dunham) who refuses to be worn down by her bleak surroundings.
TRT: 100 Minutes