MUBI unveil the Poster for Mathieu Amalric’s THE BLUE ROOM starring Léa Drucker ahead of September release | The Fan Carpet

MUBI unveil the Poster for Mathieu Amalric’s THE BLUE ROOM starring Léa Drucker ahead of September release

23 August 2016

Ahead of its release on September 9, The Fan Carpet are delighted to present the brand new Poster for Mathieu Amalric’s THE BLUE ROOM.

‘Beautifully shot and unimpeachably crafted' - IndieWire

THE BLUE ROOM, the acclaimed and deliciously seductive thriller from director Mathieu Amalric, will be released in UK Cinemas and exclusively on MUBI on 9th September 2016 and exclusively on MUBI at the end of the month.

Mathieu Amalric (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Grand Budapest Hotel) directs and stars as Julien, a middle-aged salesman embroiled in a love affair with a married woman (co-writer Stephanie Clea) who makes a startling suggestion. Suddenly Julien is caught up in a police investigation with the truth chillingly hard to find.

Based on a novel by celebrated crime writer Georges Simenon, this beguiling cinematic puzzle, which screened as part of Un Certain Regard at Cannes Film Festival, unfolds in an elliptical style that keeps the audience guessing every step of the way.





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MUBI is a subscription video on demand service that took film curation to the next level by offering just 30 handpicked gems online. Every day one is added to the list, and one drops off the bottom. The quality of the choices means its members can watch a masterpiece or take a confident chance on a film they may not have heard of.

MUBI is centred around a philosophy of curated quality, rather than excessive choice. It believes everyone should be watching great cinema and not just be searching for it.

MUBI is a global service, streaming everyday cult, classic and award winning films to members in over 200 territories.

MUBI recently scored a series of all-rights acquisitions directly from this year’s Berlin and Cannes Film Festivals. These include Berlinale Panorama opener I, Olga Hepnarova, Rachel Lang’s Baden Baden or Eugene Green’s The Son Of Joseph. As well as Bruno Dumont’s Cannes Palme d’Or contender Slack Bay or Un Certain Regard winner The Happiest Day In The Life of Olli Mäki, by Juho Kuosmanen.

Having signed deals with Sony Pictures, Paramount Studios and Miramax, MUBI recently made Arabian Nights its first theatrical acquisition following its presentation at the Cannes Film Festival and in October 2015 launched Paul Thomas Anderson’s Junun as part of a global exclusive.

Recent global exclusives include: Michael Nyman's War Work, Albert Serra's Locarno, Golden Leopard Winner Story of My Death, the 45 year virtually unseen documentary The American Dreamer by L.M. Kit Carson & Lawrence Schiller or The Exquisite Corpus by Peter Tscherkassky.

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MUBI has offices in London, San Francisco and New York.

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