Nora Arnezeder as Blake in The Colony | Courtesy of Saban Films
Cataclysmic conditions on Earth forced a mass exodus to a distant planet. Generations later, a manned mission hurtles back to assess living conditions on the desolate, mostly submerged world. The sole survivor of the expedition is attacked by a violent band of scavengers, themselves locked in battle with a far more sinister foe. Now, mankind’s very survival depends on the bravery and ingenuity of the lone astronaut.
Nora Arnezeder is an up and coming actress from Paris. She studied acting, dance and singing. Her first film debut was in Paris 36 when she was 19 years old. For which she won a Lumière Award and Étoile d’Or. In this film she also sang “Loin de Paname” a song that was nominated for an Oscar. Since then she has been seen in several films like The Words, Safe House and recently in Zack Snider’s Netflix film Army Of The Dead as Lilly, the coyote.
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I had a chance to speak to the lovely actress Nora Arnezeder via Zoom to talk about The Colony. Arnezeder discussed the training she had to do for the film, including for underwater scenes. She also discussed what she liked about this film and her experience working with Iain Glen and Sarah-Sofie Boussnina.
The Colony is available in theater, on VOD and digital August 27, 2021
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