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‘School’s Out’ Trailer: The Kids Aren’t All Right in Venice-Bound Drama About a Substitute Teacher — Watch

Sébastien Marnier's second film stars Laurent Lafitte of "Elle."

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Celluloid Dreams has released the trailer for “School’s Out,” Sébastien Marnier’s Venice-bound follow-up to “Faultless.” Laurent Lafitte of “Elle” stars as a substitute who takes over a classroom following the death of his predecessor, who committed suicide in front of his students; from the looks of things, the kids aren’t all right. Avail yourself of the trailer below.

Here’s the synopsis: “A high school teacher throws himself from the classroom window before the terrified eyes of his students. Despite the tragedy, six of them remain oddly cool and unemotional. Pierre, the new substitute teacher, notices the hostile behaviour of this close-knit clique. Smart and precocious, the six teenagers seem to be preparing a mysterious plan after school. Pierre becomes obsessed with them and is quickly sucked into their sinister game. His life soon turns into a nightmare.”

Emmanuelle Bercot, Gregory Montel, Gringe, and Pascal Greggory co-star in the film, which has its world premiere on the Lido next week.

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