Magazine article Screen International

Ex-Bond Girl Joins Bartok Horror 'P.O.V.'

Magazine article Screen International

Ex-Bond Girl Joins Bartok Horror 'P.O.V.'

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Former Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe has been cast to star in Dennis Bartok's English-language horror P.O.V..

Pre-sales are currently underway at the Cannes Marche, with a number of deals under negotiation by Fortissimo Films. Fortissimo holds worldwide rights to the film (except Dutch-speaking Benelux).

P.O.V. follows the story of Dana Milgrom (Marlohe), a track coach who, having survived a near-death car accident, finds herself completely paralysed and trapped inside her own body.

While recovering she becomes convinced that an evil presence exists inside her hospital room and is intent on killing her. Believing her to be experiencing a mental breakdown, Dana's family brush away her concerns.

Becoming increasingly terrified, Dana soon realises that she may not be the only target. Unable to leave her bed, she risks losing the ones she cares for most.

A well-established French television and film actress, Bérénice is best known for her role as Bond girl Sévérine in Skyfall. …

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