Cleveland International Film Festival } April 7 – April 18, 2021 } Playhouse Square

THERAPY

 

Year: 2016
Country: FRANCE
Run Time: 96 minutes

THERAPY
THERAPY
THERAPY
THERAPY

The brainchild of 17-year-old phenom Nathan Ambrosioni, THERAPY is a murder mystery that centers around found-footage—a stylistic choice made famous by “The Blair Witch Project.” It begins when a night security guard notices splattered blood in an abandoned old mansion. By all appearances it resembles a grizzly murder scene, but there are no victims in sight. Two young detectives arrive at the location, discovering several hidden cameras placed throughout the house. As they comb through the footage, a story starts to emerge. Five people apparently embarked on a weekend getaway for fun but found themselves facing terror instead. The burning question is: where are they now? Diving deeper into the disturbing tapes, investigators realize there may still be hope. What follows is a frantic rush to solve a puzzle as they must quickly assemble a chronological timeline with the videos that will lead them to the missing travelers. This terrifying and bloody horror film is definitely not for kids. As the clever title implies, it will really mess with your mind. (In French with English subtitles) —E.F.

CIFF41 Screenings

Tower City Cinemas

Wednesday, April 05, 2017 at 11:25 AM

Friday, April 07, 2017 at 11:35 PM

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AFTER HOURS

Director
Nathan Ambrosioni

Nathan Ambrosioni was born in 1999 in Grasse, France. He's currently in high school but plans to study cinema in North America after graduation.

Filmography
Filmography~"Hostile" (2014), THERAPY (2016)

Producer
Fabrice Ambrosioni

Screenwriting
Nathan Ambrosioni

Cinematography
Fabrice Ambrosioni

Editing
Nathan Ambrosioni

Principal Cast
Nathalie Couturier, Rémy Jobert, Vanessa Azzopardi, Luna Miti, Julien Croquet, Shelley Ward

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