CANOPY AVAILABLE ON DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, DVD AND VOD
Los Angeles, CA (September 19, 2014) - monterey media is proud to announce the October 21st Digital Download, DVD and VOD release of Aaron Wilson's Canopy which had its World Premiere as an Official Selection at TIFF garnering critical praise for the film and its young stars. A breathtakingly beautiful thriller set during the Japanese invasion of Singapore in 1942.
"Absorbing... a remarkable realism... gorgeous, almost unearthly cinematography"About Canopy
- The Hollywood Reporter
"Rich, complex and terrifying. Ravishingly shot."
"A tense, tightly wound art movie that can simultaneously scare you and mesmerize you."
- The Wrap
"A triumph of visual storytelling... A riveting adventure story... A unique cinematic experience"
Singapore, February 9, 1942. The Japanese invasion is underway. Jim (Khan Chittenden), an Australian fighter pilot, wakes up dangling from a tree by his parachute strings somewhere in the middle of a vast jungle overrun by hostile forces. As night devours day, he forges into the danger he must navigate in search of sanctuary when he encounters a Singapore-Chinese resistance fighter, Seng (Mo Tzu-Yi), who, injured and frightened, also seeks to survive their tenuous surroundings and common enemy. The men realize that their only hope of persevering lies with each other as their journey begins the exploration of the collision of war, nature and its impact on humanity.
Pre-Order: September 23, 2014
Street date: October 21, 2014
Running Time: 84 min
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