Vincent Cassel Replaces Oscar Isaac In Ariel Kleiman's PARTISAN

Simon de Bruyn, Contributing Writer
Ariel Kleiman's much-anticipated debut feature Partisan just got all shook up, with the news that Vincent Cassel has replaced Oscar Isaac in the lead role. 

A bunch of synopses have floated around about the film, and the news from Screen Daily gives us yet another, more detailed, version of the story

Cassel will play a charismatic and troubled man called Gregori, who has raised a communal family within the world of his lavish compound.  The story is told through the eyes of 11-year-old Alexander who starts to question Gregori's deadly teachings.

Kleiman's short film Deeper Than Yesterday - made as his graduate film at the Victorian College of the Arts - was one of the most impressive student shorts of the past five years. 

Partisan will shoot in Australia in October. Cassel, we will welcome you.
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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "Cassel will play a charismatic and troubled man called Gregori, who has raised a communal family within the world of his lavish compound. The story is told through the eyes of 11-year-old Alexander who starts to question Gregori's deadly teachings."

    Could be a australian Martha Marcy May Marlene(2011), its does sound interesting.

    "Partisan will shoot in Australia in October. Cassel, we will welcome you."

    No, no, and no......hahhahahhaha...it should be his wife Monica Bellucci, wearing skimpy outfits......like, say, NOTHING!

    hahahahahhahah...thanks Mr de Bruyn.

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