Lilith Grasmug Talks About The Mix Of Personalities For Bloody Oranges [Exclusive Interview]

Alexandre Steiger as Alexandre and Lilith Grasmug as Louise in Bloody Oranges | Courtesy of Dark Star Pictures

The young starlet, Lilith Grasmug stars in the new French dark comedy, Bloody Oranges. Grasmug plays an empowering role that learns to overcome unimaginable life obstacles. 

The Synopsis 

A retired couple enter a dance contest, a corrupt politician, a girl eager to lose her virginity, and a young lawyer obsessed with social status – a seemingly benign look into these daily lives goes haywire in this shocking black comedy.

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Blanche Gardin and Lilith Grasmug in Bloody Oranges

Lilith Grasmug’s debut was in the short film, Louves. Since then she has appeared in other short films like Sophia Antipolis, Morning Dew, Noeé dans la tempête and See my Ghost Passing Away. Bloody Oranges is her first full length film and The Passengers of the Night being the second. 

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Scene from Bloody Oranges

Yesterday I was connected with Lilith Grasmug via Zoom to talk about Bloody Oranges. She spoke about several of the strong scenes and the one that she enjoyed the most. Grasmug discussed what she liked about her character, her real life ‘feel good song’ and future projects. 

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Bloody Oranges is available in VOD April 19, 2022

Source: LRMOnlineExclusive, Dark Star Pictures

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