We’re all too familiar with the trailer and plot synopsis that basically tell us everything about a film. The marketing is suppose to pique our interest, not spoil all the fun. Thankfully BLOOD MONEY does the former. I honestly have no idea what is going on here, and I like that.

Produced by British twin brothers Luke and Ed White, BLOOD MONEY was shot over a two week period in Normandy, France. The screenplay was written by Emmy award winner Rosy Deacon, and stars a few veterans from Skins, as well as a couple of fresh faces. There is no concrete release date currently set, but don’t let that stop you from checking out the trailer and a few stills.

After a botched art heist in France, a group of friends are left with a body on their hands and the gendarme hot on their trail. They hide the body and make plans to sell the painting and return home. But as they wait for the chance to escape from their secluded holiday home, they soon realize the body has gone missing. Paranoia and fear sets in as the friends begin to turn on each other. Soon it becomes clear there is a killer in the house and the group must figure out who is responsible before they all suffer the consequences.

Blood Money Official Poster