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Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire has landed her subsequent lead film position in an upcoming thriller.
Hampshire is ready to star in Caitlin Cronenberg’s directorial debut Humane, which has, in accordance with Deadline, already completed filming.
The movie, which is described as an “environment-themed thriller”, will star Hampshire alongside This Is The Finish‘s Jay Baruchel and Grace and Frankie star Peter Gallagher.
Additionally becoming a member of them on the forged are Transplant’s Sirena Gulamgaus, Emergency‘s Sebastian Chacon in addition to Cardinal‘s Alanna Bale.
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Set simply months after an environmental catastrophe in a dystopian future that has led world leaders to take drastic motion to lower the worldwide inhabitants, Humane paperwork a single day within the life of 1 rich household.
When the retired household patriarch gathers his 4 grownup kids to inform them he desires to volunteer for a brand new euthanasia program, his plan goes fallacious, leaving tensions excessive and his kids preventing.
Talking of the script written by Michael Sparaga from Victory Man Productions, Cronenberg mentioned she needed to make the film as soon as she had learn the script.
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“From my very first learn, the all-too-possible dystopian world of Michael’s script left me breathless, and I instantly knew I needed to be the one to make this film,” mentioned Cronenberg.
Discussing her forged and crew, the director mentioned she was “blessed” and is trying ahead to the movie’s launch.
“Every day on set felt like a present and I really feel really blessed to have labored with such exceptional skills, each in entrance of and behind the digicam. I can’t wait to share this movie with the world.”
Including Humane to her already spectacular CV, Schitt’s Creek star Hampshire can be connected to a brand new “raunchy feminine comedy” film titled D-Day.