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GREEN ROOM

Directed by Jeremy Saulnier

Starring: Anton Yelchin, Patrick Stewart, Imogen Poots, Alia Shawkat, Joe Cole, Callum Turner, Macon Blair

UK Cinema Release: Friday 13 May 2016.

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"Awesome really is the best way to describe Saulnier's filmmaking style. Smart, assured, and clever. Saulnier is one of the most exciting genre directors around." - Twitch

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"Saulnier’s ability to take a well trodden road and fill it with grisly surprises is quite something. Brave,… Savage.. Jaw dropping. This one is going to be a horror favourite for years to come." - The Guardian

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"Littered with clever dialogue, a beautifully constructed narrative. This very much is a thinking person's thriller, one that treats its audience with respect while still managing to shock and surprise." - Indiewire

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Down-on-their-luck punk rockers The Ain’t Rights agree to a last-minute gig in a backwoods Oregon roadhouse. The gig soon takes a sinister turn as the band members stumble upon a grisly murder scene and find themselves targeted by a ruthless club owner and his associates, determined to eliminate all witnesses.

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From the internationally acclaimed filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier (BLUE RUIN), GREEN ROOM is a nerve shredding thrill-ride with a thick vein of dark humour, featuring a gripping ensemble performance from Patrick Stewart, Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Alia Shawkat, Joe Cole, Macon Blair and Callum Turner.

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About the director

Jeremy Saulnier is a director and cinematographer based in Brooklyn. He spent his youth making Super-8 action flicks with his friends in the suburbs of Alexandria, Virginia, and later studied film at NYU. His sophomore feature, BLUE RUIN, premiered at Cannes in the 2013 Directors’ Fortnight and won the FIPRESCI Prize.

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Saulnier previously directed and photographed the award-winning short CRABWALK and the cult horror-comedy MURDER PARTY. Notable cinematography credits include Septien (Sundance, Rotterdam 2010) and his critically acclaimed collaborations with director Matthew Porterfield (Hamilton, Putty Hill and I Used to Be Darker).