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Music director  Gast Waltzing
Country  France Switzerland Luxembourg
3.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Adventure, Horror
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Language  French
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Director  Pierre-Olivier Thevenin
Release date  6 February 2009 (2009-02-06)
Writer  Silvan Boris Schmid (scenario), Dominique Neraud (scenario), Frederique Henri (scenario), Jean-Armand Bougrelle (collaboration), Alberto Sciamma (collaboration), Silvan Boris Schmid (original story), Dominique Neraud (original story)
Production companies  Canal+, National Center of Cinematography and the moving image
Cast  Sara Forestier (Nadia), Lorànt Deutsch (Thomas), Dominique Pinon (Gildas), Philippe Nahon (Professeur Schneider), Élise Otzenberger (Patricia), Manon Tournier (Elodie)
Similar movies  Yes - But (2001), Martyrs (2008), Philippe Nahon appears in Humans and The Pack, Mutants (2009), Blade II (2002)

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Humains is a French horror film directed from Pierre-Olivier Thévenin and Jacques-Olivier Molon. The film stars Sara Forestier, Dominique Pinon and Philippe Nahon.

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Plot

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A French research team travels to the Swiss Alps to investigate a discovery. After a car accident, the group becomes lost in the mountains with a group of tourists and struggle to survive while being hunted by mysterious figures.

Cast

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  • Lorànt Deutsch as Thomas
  • Sara Forestier as Nadia
  • Dominique Pinon as Gildas
  • Philippe Nahon as Professor Schneider
  • Manon Tournier as Elodie
  • Élise Otzenberger as Patricia
  • Christian Kmiotek as Paulo
  • Production

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    The film was shot in late 2008 in Luxembourg, Paris and the Swiss Alps under the working title of "Les Disparus de Lötschental". Yolande Moreau was originally cast in the lead role as the character Charlotte, but she left the project. As a result, the character's role was changed and became Sara Forestier's character, Nadia.

    Release

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    The film premiered on 6 February 2009 as part of the European Film Market in Germany and was part of the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival on 11 April 2009. The French cinema release was on 22 April 2009.

    Reception

    The film grossed only $236,617 in its opening week in France and was universally panned by critics. It is the only film to be reviewed on nanarland.com in its first week.

    Soundtrack

    The score was composed by Luxembourg cinema composer Gast Waltzing.

    References

    Humains Wikipedia
    Humains IMDb Humains themoviedb.org


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