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The Human Race Makes a Run for it at Cannes

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The Human Race Makes a Run for it at CannesThe intriguing horror/thriller The Human Race, which has been described as a cross between The Hunger Games and Run Lola Run, has been making a bit of a stir at Cannes; and we have your details right here.

Screen Daily reports that Jinga Films has closed key deals for the flick with XLrator for the US, KSM for German speaking rights, Anchor Bay for Australia and New Zealand, and IPA for Japan.

The film was written and directed by Paul Hough and stars Paul McCarthy-Boyington, Eddie McGee, Trista Robinson, T. Arthur Cottam, Celine Tien, Fred Coury, Noel Britton, B. Anthony Cohen, J. Louis Reid, Richard Gale, Luke Y. Thompson, Tiana Smith-Jones, Shawn Coyne, Brianna Lauren Jackson, and Domiziano Arcangeli. For more visit The Human Race on Facebook.

Synopsis
In The Human Race a group of 80 people are ripped out of their daily lives, and all reappear in an undisclosed location. These people are from all walks of life: young and old, athletic and disabled, white-collared and homeless. The rules to a race boom in their heads, in their own voice and language, laying out what will become an horrific race of survival: “If you are lapped twice, you will die. If you step off the path, you will die. Race…or die.”

Startling, violent, and powerful, The Human Race is a cruelly inspired beast. Will anyone have mercy on the elderly, the children, the wounded, or the pregnant? Will anyone band together, or will the innocent all be forced to become brutal killers? There’s only one way to find out who will survive… watch humanity unraveled and revealed in The Human Race.

The Human Race Makes a Run for it at Cannes

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