"When I was writing it, I was thinking about River's Edge, Straw Dogs, and war movies like Apocalypse Now, but never horror." Jeremy Saulnier (Director)
The Ain't Rights, a punk four-piece on the final days of a failed concert tour, get more than they bargained for when they accept a shady last-minute gig at an isolated venue, in the wilds of Oregon. They find themselves trapped in the secluded venue after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence, fighting for their lives against a gang of white power skinheads intent on eliminating all witnesses. Jeremy Saulnier, in his follow-up to Blue Ruin again takes us again into the darker, crazier side of survival sub-genre. This time, a collective act of violence pushes its characters into intense and terrifying situations with some nasty surprises along the way. Hailed as one of the most horrific films of the year, instant classic Green Room will lock you up and keep you breathless for a while, even long after the film ends!
2015 TORONTO, CANNES, FESTIVAL DE NOUVEAU CINEMA AUDIENCE AWARD, NEUCHÂTEL AUDIENCE AWARD
American screenwriter, cinematographer and director Jeremy Saulnier made his debut with Murder Party (2007). His second feature Blue Ruin (2013, !f 2014) won the FIPRESCI Award at Cannes Film Festival's prestigious Directors' Fortnight section. Green Room (2015) is his latest film.