Evangeline Pullman (Kat de Lieva) has just escaped her sheltered upbringing to reinvent herself in college. As she begins to break out of her shell, she attracts the attention of a violent fraternity leader (Richard Harmon) and his two cohorts. Beaten and dumped in the woods to die, Evangeline finds herself trapped in a supernatural nightmare, and she must choose between vengeance and redemption.
“Imagine I Spit On Your Grave adhered to The Crow but filtered through the sensibilities of a real artist…. The results are fascinating, flawed and incredibly stylish.” – Fangoria
Evangeline was partially inspired by the real life killings in British Columbia on the ‘highway of tears’ and Vancouver’s downtown eastside. Robert Pickton was convicted in 2007 of the Vancouver murders, and the highway 16 murders have never been solved.
Karen Lam will be available for a post-screening Skype Q & A.
Saturday 23 August, 3.00 pm
Founders Room, Salamanca Arts Centre
$10 (or book with VIP pass)