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‘The Housemaid’ [Montage Pictures] on Blu-ray & DVD February 19, 2018

First-time director Derek Nguyen makes a captivating debut with The Housemaid [Cô Haû Gaí], a haunting gothic romance which blends bold eroticism with a pervasive sense of dread. Linh is a docile and hardworking poor orphaned girl who comes to Sa Cat seeking a housemaid job. Sebastien Laurent is a French captain and owner of the Sa Cat rubber plantation. For years, the massive mansion is rumoured to have ghosts, particularly those of Camille Sebastien s late wife and the mistreated plantation workers. Once Linh comes to Sa Cat, she begins to hear strange sounds, have frightening dreams, and witness bizarre occurrences. After some time, Linh and Captain Laurent become close to each other and develop a romance. However, their love soon awakens the vengeful souls of Sa Cat plantation. 

 

Thrilling blend of gothic horror, period drama and an illicit love story

 

 

With its sumptuous visuals and memorable scares, The Housemaid is a bold update of the gothic-horror genre, and Eureka Entertainment is proud to present the film in its UK debut as part of Montage Pictures.

DUAL FORMAT SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Stunning 1080p presentation (On the Blu-ray), with a progressive encode on the DVD
  • 5.1 Surround and Stereo soundtrack options
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Trailer

PRESS:

A gothic romance with a healthy dose of sex and violence, The Housemaid is a fascinating film – Abertoir Film Festival

 

DETAILS:

 

Label: Montage Pictures

Title| THE HOUSEMAID [Cô Haû Gaí] Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition

Starring| KATE NHUNG | JEAN-MICHEL RICHAUD | ROSIE FELLNER

Director| DEREK NGUYEN

Dual Format Cat. No.| MON70286

Dual Format Barcode| 5060000702866

Dual Format RRP| £12.99

Release Date| 19 February 2018

Certificate| 15 (TBC)

Run Time| 105 minutes

OAR| 2.35:1

Picture| Colour

Genre| World Cinema / Horror

Year| 2016

Country| Vietnam

Language| VIETNAMESE / ENGLISH

Subtitles| English (Optional)

 

 

The Housemaid is released on

Blu-ray & DVD February 19, 2018!

 

ORDER NOW!

 

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