In a world filled with mind-bending twists and nightmarish landscapes, Die Alone promises to be a thrilling ride that will captivate audiences. Starring Carrie-Anne Moss, Douglas Smith, Frank Grillo, and Kimberly-Sue Murray, this upcoming film has recently shifted international sales companies, moving from Archstone to Myriad Pictures. With a first look at Moss in the movie, the anticipation builds for what promises to be a unique cinematic experience.
Set in a haunting post-apocalyptic future, Lowell Dean’s Die Alone follows the story of Ethan (Douglas Smith), a young man suffering from amnesia. As he wakes up to a decaying world where nature reclaims its dominion, he embarks on a mission to find his girlfriend, Emma (Kimberly-Sue Murray). Ethan’s journey takes an unexpected turn when he encounters Mae (Carrie-Anne Moss), a tenacious and enigmatic survivalist. With no recollection of his past, Ethan forms a reluctant alliance with Mae, fighting against the relentless attacks of the moss-covered “reclaimed.” Along the way, he crosses paths with Kai (Frank Grillo), a mysterious figure who holds the key to Ethan’s fragmented memories.
Die Alone is a Minds Eye Entertainment production, led by producers Kevin DeWalt, Danielle Masters, and Benjamin DeWalt. The movie boasts an impressive lineup of executive producers, including Kirk D’Amico, Berry Meyerowitz, Jeff Sackman, Larry Greenberg, Maryse Rouillard, Isabelle Legault, Evangelo Kioussis, Simon Baxter, Crispin Comonte, Eric Gozlan, Peter Salvage, and Isabella Marchese Ragona. Director Lowell Dean, renowned for his work on the horror-comedy Wolfcop, brings his unique vision to this dystopian film.
The decision to switch international sales companies from Archstone to Myriad Pictures was a strategic move by the producers. This shift promises to bring enhanced exposure and reach to Die Alone, enticing international buyers. Myriad’s Kirk D’Amico expressed his excitement about the film, praising Lowell Dean’s visionary depiction of a dystopian future and the exceptional performances delivered by the cast.
Die Alone is backed by several esteemed partners, including Telefilm Canada, Creative Saskatchewan Feature Film & Television Production Grant Program, the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit, the Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association (SMPIA) Work Experience Training Program, and Richmond Pictures. These collaborations highlight the industry’s recognition of the film’s potential and further contribute to its promising future.
With Die Alone now in the hands of Myriad Pictures, international audiences eagerly await the release of this intriguing dystopian thriller. Lowell Dean’s exceptional storytelling, combined with the exceptional performances from the cast, promises to deliver a truly unforgettable cinematic experience. Fans of elevated genre films are in for a treat as they immerse themselves in this haunting post-apocalyptic tale of survival, memory, and the resilience of the human spirit.