What if the past you remember is a lie?
Ed Gass-Donnelly’s psychological thriller Lavender was one of the most anticipated films at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival, and today we’re happy to report that it’s been scooped up for domestic release. Samuel Goldwyn Films and AMBI Group will partner on the release; it’s headed exclusively to DISH on February 3rd followed by a theatrical and VOD roll-out on March 3rd.
Abbie Cornish (Limitless, Sucker Punch) stars in the film as a photographer struggling with severe memory loss. Strange clues among her photos begin to suggest that she may be responsible for the deaths of family members she never knew she had. The cast also includes Diego Klattenhoff (“The Blacklist”), Justin Long (Tusk) and Dermot Mulroney (Insidious: Chapter 3).
Jane is forced to come to terms with her mysterious and tragic past after a horrendous car accident robs her of her memory. Along with her husband (Klattenhoff) and daughter, Jane returns to her childhood home and reconnects with her estranged uncle (Mulroney). To take control of her life, Jane must confront a mysterious lurking force and grapple with a past that continues to haunt her.
Gass-Donnelly (The Last Exorcism Part II) co-wrote with Colin Frizzell (Resident Evil: Apocalypse).
Check out the trailer and poster while you wait.