Indie Sales boards Louise Archambault's 'And The Birds Rained Down' (exclusive)

Adaptation of Jocelyne Saucier’s 2011 novel.

Paris-based Indie Sales has scooped up world sales on Canadian director Louise Archambault’s upcoming feature And the Birds Rained Down.

Adapted from Jocelyne Saucier’s prize-winning 2011 novel, the film follows three elderly hermits living deep in woods that are periodically ravaged by wildfires.

Their quiet lives are disrupted by the arrival of two women, a luminous octogenarian who has been unjustly institutionalised her whole life and a young photographer charged with interviewing survivors of a historically deadly forest fire.

It is Archambault’s third feature and follows her 2013 drama Gabrielle, about a mentally
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