‘The Great Darkened Days’: First Trailer For TIFF Drama With Martin Dubreuil, Reda Kateb, Sarah Gadon & Romain Duris

Seville International

EXCLUSIVE: Here’s the first trailer for Maxime Giroux’s TIFF-bound absurdist allegory The Great Darkened Days, starring Martin Dubreuil, Romain Duris, Reda Kateb and Sarah Gadon.

Seville International is selling the drama, which follows a draft-dodger from Quebec who during a world war takes refuge in the American West, surviving by competing in Charlie Chaplin impersonation contests. On his long journey home, he encounters various characters under the sway of a fascist leader.

Metafilms’ Sylvain Corbeil and Nancy Grant produced the pic. Grant is also at TIFF with Xavier Dolan’s The Death And Life Of John F. Donovan. Giroux’s well-traveled previous film Felix & Meira won Toronto’s Best Canadian Feature Film Award in 2014 and scored five Canadian Screen Award nominations.

This article was printed from https://deadline.com/2018/09/the-great-darkened-days-trailer-toronto-film-festival-martin-dubreuil-reda-kateb-sarah-gadon-romain-duris-1202457344/