Calla Lily (film)
|Directed by||Mark Penney|
|Produced by||Mark Penney|
|Written by||Mark Penney|
|Starring||Cynthia Stone |
|Music by||Maurice Ravel|
|Edited by||Mark Penney|
|83 minutes (General Release) 140 minutes (Director's Cut)|
Calla Lily is an experimental Canadian film directed by Mark Penney.
Calla Lily tells the story of Melanie Lauzon, who was drugged and raped while in college. Now ten years later, she is the mother of a young child and is in an abusive relationship. When Melanie has a chance encounter with someone from her past it leads Melanie to evaluate her past, present, and future.
The film was produced in 2015 in a surreal stye with non-actors.
It was released in American cinemas and on video-on-demand in May 2016.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Cynthia Stone - Melanie
- Rudolph Mendy - The Boyfriend
- Jonah Kaplun - The Son
- Louco Saint-Fleur - The Supervisor
- Marnie Sutherland - The Teacher
Reception[edit | edit source]
Calla Lily has received mainly positive praise and reviews from critics and audiences.
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