Zoé De Grand’Maison in Organ Trail
The Oregon Trail was undoubtedly one of the most challenging paths toward Western civilization during the early 1800s. With lawlessness, wild animals, and harsh winters, survival was vital for many of these settlers. The film Organ Trail is a western in a remote valley where a band of violent and ruthless cowboys preys on settlers in their path.
The film stars Zoé De Grand’Maison, Nicholas Logan (I Care a Lot, The Best of Enemies), Olivia Applegate (Euphoria, Dirty John), Michael Abbott Jr. (Loving, The Death of Dick Long), Jessica Frances Dukes (Ozark, Jessica Jones) with Clé Bennett (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, The Man in the High Castle) and Sam Trammell (True Blood, The Fault in Our Stars).
Here is the official synopsis:
A ruthless band of bloodthirsty bandits terrorizes a family on the treacherous Oregon Trail and challenge’s one woman’s will to survive.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with lead actress Zoé De Grand’Maison on being in a western, horseback riding, old towns, and the frozen river.
Zoé de Grand’Maison is best known for her roles as Gracie Johanssen in the television series Orphan Black and as Ashley in the film Bad Hair Day. For a few seasons of Riverdale, she had a recurring role as Evelyn Evernever. Her other notable lead appearances included A Christmas Horror Story, Adam’s Testament, Stickman, and the co-lead role in Pregnant at 17.
Organ Trail is currently available for purchase on all digital platforms.
Watch the exclusive interview with Zoe De Grand’Maison below. Let us know what you think of the interview.
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Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Paramount Global Content Distribution