New Concept Art For ‘Behind The Walls’ Shows Off Graphic Noir Goodness

By  · Published on December 28th, 2010

Behind the Walls has an important claim to fame: it’s the first ever live-action French movie filmed in 3D. That’s a lot like being the first ever Polish high jumper to clear 10 feet on a sunny day when the wind was blowing easterly, but it’s a claim to fame nonetheless.

Perhaps this new concept art (especially the giant rat) will help that fame along. Of course, having international super model Laetitia Casta doesn’t hurt either.

The film focuses on a woman who sequesters herself in order to write a novel who finds a sealed room in the house and begins having nightmarish hallucinations. Basically, it’s the plot from I Spit on Your Grave without the rape.

Check out the beautiful concept art for yourself:

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So there’s a live shot of Laetitia Casta in there, too. Hopefully that doesn’t ruin your day.

This will mark the first feature from the directing team of Pascal Sid and Julien Lacombe. Hopefully it ushers in a glorious new era of French filmmaking in three full dimensions. Also, hopefully, it’s heavy on the scares and creepy rodents of unusual size.

Source: SYTD

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