Directed by Caroline Poggi, Jonathan Vinel
Jessica is the leader of a group of lost boys with a violent past who now seek peace and harmony. She is the only one to have ever brought them love and understanding. They only wish to create a world where they can live in peace together, and forever. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL.
Jessica is the leader of a group of lost boys with a violent past, who now seek peace and harmony.
Cast: Aomi Muyock, Lukas Ionesco, Maya Coline, Paul Hamy
I really tried to give this a chance. Too many questions kept coming up. Why only orphan boys? What happened to them to make them so violent? Where's the money coming from for their food and other purchases? If the "Special Forces" are technologically advanced enough to use armed drones to attack Jessica and her group, why can't these forces find them faster? What happened to the people who once lived in the houses where Jessica and the boys choose to live? And so on and so on. To believe in a fictional world, once has to be convinced to suspend one's disbelief; this film failed to do that for me. The theme is a worthy one, but the story just wasn't there.
It's an interesting film. It stuck with me. The climax is, not to spoil it, well done and fits. I got the sense set pieces were constrained by budget.
it was ok i guess... not my kind of movie...
ONE OF THE WORST MOVIES I EVER SEEN! YOU ARE BETTER OFF WATCHING TEENAGE CAVEMAN, AT LEAST THERE ARE NAKED HOT CHIX ON THERE!
This movie was a beautiful take on rejecting a culture of violence while still existing in a violent world. The intimacy and kindness of their family was beautiful. I found it surprisingly un-pretentious (despite stereotypes I may hold about French films), but to get the most from this movie you have to come into it with your heart open to the flawed characters. Not really horror so much of a look at building a utopia within a dystopia (a topic that is very interesting in our current real life dystopia)