Watch: International Trailer for 'Faces in the Crowd' with Milla Jovovich
She saw the killer's face, but it keeps changing… I promise you that's the tagline - right off of this poster! A new trailer hit the web today via Bloody-Disgusting for a horror-thriller film called Faces in the Crowd, starring actress Milla Jovovich as a woman with "face-blindness" who loses recognition of faces. This is pretty trippy, but unfortunately looks like made-for-SyFy cheap crap, which explains why we haven't really heard of it before now. The supporting cast includes Julian McMahon, Sarah Wayne Callies, Michael Shanks and Marianne Faithfull. Here's my favorite line: "You don't know my face, you don't know anyone's face!"
Watch the first international trailer for Julien Magnat's Faces in the Crowd, via Bloody-Disgusting:
A thriller centered on a woman living with "face-blindness" after surviving a serial killer's attack. As she lives with her condition, in which facial features change each time she loses sight, the killer closes in again.
Faces in the Crowd is both written and directed by French filmmaker Julien Magnat, a writer and director who last directed the horror comedy Bloody Mallory, and graduated from La Fémis in Paris and Atlantic College in Wales. This was filmed in Winnipeg, Canada last year, but it hasn't shown at any film festivals yet. First Look has distribution rights in the US, but they haven't set a release date for this yet, so stay tuned.
Why is she picking out suspects in a line-up if she has face blindness?
LW on Aug 16, 2011
looks interesting. That bit at the end sucked though. Also bet she accidentally shoots her husband in that scene at 2.08
Richie G on Aug 16, 2011
I love Milla but this is a rental.
mike on Aug 16, 2011
"Face Blindness"-that must be the ultimate horror? 🙂
David Banner on Aug 16, 2011
Should be called Feces In The Crowd.
tommyturner on Aug 16, 2011
"face blindness" reminds me of Tom Hanks' "brain cloud" in Joe versus the Volcano.
astroboy3000 on Aug 16, 2011
Been a few of these 80's looking B-movies coming out lately
Crapola on Aug 18, 2011
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