Catch A First Glimpse Of Christoffer Boe's BEAST

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Catch A First Glimpse Of Christoffer Boe's BEAST
It seems safe to say that Nicolas Bro is director Christoffer Boe's muse. The versatile character actor has appeared in each of Boe's four existing feature films in some capacity and in 2006 took the lead in what was Boe's most punishing, shocking work.

A film arguably ahead of its time, 2006's Offscreen was a virtuoso spin on first person perspective story telling. Ostensibly shot and assembled by Bro himself the film chronicled one man's descent into obsession and madness following the collapse of his marriage, all of it spiraling down into a wildly bloody finale. Given the current first person craze I'd wager that the film would receive far more notice if released now - where it would be recognized as one of the best films of the type ever made - as opposed to being released then, when it was seen as a minor oddity.

And though the first person perspective is gone it appears that Boe and Bro are about to tread similar thematic ground with Beast, and they're bringing Boe's Reconstruction lead Nikolaj Lie Kaas - recently seen in Angels and Demons and The Whistleblower - with them.

Bruno loves his wife Maxine, but his love and body are slowly undergoing a transformation.  Something is beginning to stir inside him and there is nothing he can do to stop it. Because when you first delve into the dark side of love to find power, aggression and hatred, there is no turning back.
Shot quickly on a micro-budget with a small crew as a bit of a return to their roots after the much larger Everything Will Be Fine, Beast is in post production now and ScreenAnarchy is proud to premiere the first stills in the gallery below.
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