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IGGY POP’S BLOOD ORANGE
Indie neo-noir Blood Orange is a taut and quietly tense thriller with a scene-stealing turn from music legend and Godfather of Punk, Iggy Pop, in (remarkably) his first ever lead. Heading up a strong cast of only four, the movie is delivered in style by debut writer/director Toby Tobias.
BLOOD ORANGE With Iggy Pop Is A Stone Cold Cult Classic
Some films are born cult classics, while others have cult classic status thrust upon them. Toby Tobias’ Blood Orange was born a stone cold cult classic. This is the type of movie that cool friends will introduce to their lesser knowledgeable buddies in years to come.
Blood Orange 2016
It’s a very aesthetically pleasing film, from the stunning location shots to the beautiful Kacey Clarke who stars as Isabelle. The story itself is a slow burner with a reliance on dialogue rather than action though as the film unfolds, it becomes more intense with the actions speaking much louder than words.
The Guardian: Blood Orange review – Iggy Pop steals the show
An entertainingly oversexed chamber piece with echoes of A Bigger Splash or La Piscine, the film unpeels layers of intrigue along with the clothes of its cast. It’s a promising debut for first-time director Toby Tobias.
Empire: Blood Orange Review
Slickly staged and shot, this neo-noir deftly exploits its clichs. It's hardly original, but it teasingly intrigues, while Iggy Pop steals every scene.
Iggy Pop Takes Up Arms in New Thriller Blood Orange: Watch the Trailer
Iggy Pop is set to star in Blood Orange, a new thriller directed by Tony Tobias. It arrives May 17 via Invincible Pictures. The Stooge plays Bill, a dying rock star who lives with his wife Isabelle (Kacey Barnfield) in the Spanish countryside.
Blood Orange producer Emma George: 'Occasionally being with Iggy Pop feels normal, but for most of the time it's surreal'
Film producer Emma George worked with Iggy Pop, star of Blood Orange, and discovered a new side to the punk rocker.
An interview with Toby Tobias Writer Director of Blood Orange
Iggy’s performance is earthy, genuine, threatening and utterly mesmeric.
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