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No one is who they seem. Not even you.
TEN is a collectivist, post-exploitation psychological thriller devised as a possible explanation for the events of the 1972 Spektor Island Massacre. On a cold December afternoon, ten women arrive at a mansion on Spektor Island, famed for years of reported hauntings and strange activities.
The all-female cast film is a response to exploitation, slasher, and
thriller films, with particular focus on the storytelling prominent in
b-movies and genre films from the 1950s-1980s. It explores the meaning
and fluidity of identity and takes a number of surprising turns.
Producer: Sophia Cacciola
Director: Michael J. Epstein
Cinematographer: Kelly Davidson
Written by: Michael J. Epstein, Sarah Wait Zaranek, Jade Sylvan, Sophia Cacciola
About the Production:
"There are many movies in which ensemble casts of men or ensemble casts with a token women or two perform, but there are virtually no movies with ensemble casts of women in non-gender-specific scenarios. Our goal with TEN was to create a film with a cast of women participating in action that has little to do with being a woman. In fact, with the exception of one character, the script would hardly need rewriting if it were all men. The movie is not really about ten women, so much as it is about ten characters who happen to be women." -- Sophia Cacciola
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