It's not often that an Oscar-winning director makes a "found footage" body horror film at the age of 70. But Barry Levinson (Rain Main, Wag the Dog, Good Morning Vietnam) is a badass and doesn't care what you think.
Witness below the trailer for his new film The Bay, premiering next week at TIFF 12's Midnight Madness. The movie is about a mysterious flesh eating parasite that takes over the fictional town of Claridge, Maryland on the Fourth of July. Levinson is known for his more subtle, sentimental work, but The Bay looks like a gross ultra-violent romp. And that's a good thing.
TORO will be speaking with Levinson during TIFF about his new film and career. Stay tuned for that exclusive interview.
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