Ben Lamb (Divergent, Insurgent, The White Queen)
Kacey Barnfield (Resident Evil: Afterlife, I Spit on Your Grave 2)
Iggy Pop (Cry Baby, Coffee and Cigarettes, Dead Man, Tank Girl)
The Guardian: Blood Orange review – Iggy Pop steals the show
- "An entertainingly oversexed chamber piece with echoes of A Bigger Splash or La Piscine, the film unpeels layers of intrigue along with the clothes of its cast. It’s a promising debut for first-time director Toby Tobias."
Empire: Blood Orange Review
- "Slickly staged and shot, this neo-noir deftly exploits its clichés... it teasingly intrigues, while Iggy Pop steals every scene."
- "There are echoes of Roman Polanski, Sam Peckinpah and Patricia Highsmith in these seductively amoral characters and their sexualized power games. Sergio Leone’s Spanish-shot spaghetti Westerns also exert an influence, notably in scenes of Pop wandering the parched sierra in cowboy hat and stubble, coolly blasting rabbits with a shotgun. "
Set in the hills of Southern Spain, home to an ageing rock star, Bill and his much younger very beautiful wife Isabelle. Beneath the perfect surface of their lives, dark secrets lurk. Into this paradise comes Lucas – a dangerous ex-lover hell bent on revenge. His aim? To destroy their marriage and blackmail Isabelle into returning his inheritance – a fortune that his wealthy father had bequeathed to her instead of him. In a mischievous game of cat and mouse, the hunter soon becomes the hunted – nothing is what it seems. What unfolds is a dangerous, tangled web of deceit and destruction in a deadly game.