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The Horror of The Dolls

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Synopsis

A corporation plans to develop a residential tower block into luxury city apartments. As the residents galvanise, the corporation sends in someone to 'shake them up'.

The Horror of The Dolls features a strong ensemble cast, inter-twined narratives and an iconic piece of London architecture. The narrative is underpinned by the wealth divide, untouchable high-finance, malleable politicians and the resolve of a community under assault.

All wrapped in a blood-soaked and stylised horror thriller set against the breath-taking cityscapes of contemporary London. The Horror of The Dolls is a terrifying, atmospheric and unpredictable journey for the audience.

Key influences on the project are The Shining, Blue Velvet, The Wild Bunch, Short Cuts and Antichrist.

Details

Year
2011
Type of film
Features
Running Time
81 mins
Format
RED
Director
Shane Davey 1st Feature
Producer
Gail Davey
Co-Producer
Gail Davey
Editor
Vid Price
Screenwriter
Shane Davey, Andrew Tomlinson
Director of Photography
Sara Deane
Production Designer
Andrew Tomlinson
Sound
Darrell Briggs
Music
Sam Baws
Principal Cast
Matthew Schmolle, Joerg Stadler, Meshach Harris, Richard Brinkmann, Tom Pritchard, Mostyn James

Production Company

DAVEY INC.
20 Denmark Street
London WC2H 8NA
UK

T: (0)207 209 0385
M: (0)797 475 7645
shane@daveyinc.com
http://www.daveyinc.com