THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN, directed by Joann Sfar – Opens December 18 in Toronto and on VOD/iTunes


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The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun
Directed by Joann Sfar

Based on a novel by Sébastien Japrisot

In French with English subtitles

Opens in Toronto
December 18, 2015
Carlton Cinema (20 Carlton St)

And on iTunes and On Demand December 18

Based on Sébastien Japrisot’s (One Deadly Summer, A Very Long Engagement) 1966 award-winning novel by the same title, Joann Sfar’s old-school stylized thriller The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun opens in Toronto for a theatrical run on December 18, at the Carlton Cinema through Video Services Corp (VSC).

The film is a stylish psychological thriller about a beautiful secretary who steals her boss’ sports car to go joyriding. She ends up in a seaside town she swears she’s never been to, but everyone knows her name somehow. When a body turns up in the truck of the car, she is suddenly the lead suspect in a murder she knows nothing about. Is she going insane?
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun is internationally renowned comic book artist, novelist and musician Joann Sfar’s third feature directorial effort. His two previous films (The Rabbi’s Cat, Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life) earned him multiple awards and critical acclaim in the international festival circuit, praising his unique use of fantasy artwork, animation and puppetry.

The film stars Freya Mavor (“Skins”), Elio Germano (My Brother Is an Only Child), and Stacy Martin (Nymphomaniac).

About Video Services Corp.
Founded in 1993 by former rock critic Jonathan Gross, Video Services Corp. (VSC) is a leading independent all-platform film distributor with offices in Toronto and Los Angeles. VSC’s DVD catalogue includes “Corner Gas,” Sharknado, “Richard Lewis: Bundle of Nerves,” and Don Cherry’s Rock’em Sock’em Hockey series. Recent theatrical releases include Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner for U.S. Documentary The Wolfpack, TIFF 2015 Grolsch People’s Choice Documentary Award first runner-up This Changes Everything, and 2015 Berlinale Golden Bear winner Jafar Panahi’s Taxi. Upcoming titles include TIFF selection Sunset Song, and comedy horror sensation Nina Forever. | |