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The Path Leads to Isolated Cabins and Mysterious Strangers

You know what happens when characters head to "isolated cabins" in horror, right? Yes, bad things ocurr. This is part of the premise for the upcoming thriller The Path aka La Senda. This title is currently in post-production in Spain and the film involves a couple who are set upon by an intruder. However, this interloper is not completely unknown to Ana, Raul's wife. More details on this feature are below.

The synopsis for The Path:

"Raul, in a desperate attempt to salvage his marriage with Ana, suggests spending Christmas in a remote cabin in the mountains, together with their seven-year-old son, Nico. When Ana and Nico make friends with one of the locals, Samuel, Raúl becomes insanely jealous. He tries to get rid of the intruder but discovers, to his despair, that Ana and Samuel have been meeting on their own..." (Film Catalogue).

Completion Year: 2012.

Director: Miguel Ángel Toledo.
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Film Factory Takes The Path

More sales news coming out of Cannes. Variety reports that Spanish sales agency Film Factory Ent. has picked up international distribution rights to Miguel Angel Toledo's psychological thriller The Path (La Senda), co-penned by writer-director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later, Intruders, The Crow remake).

Toledo's directorial film debut, The Path turns on a couple, whose marriage is on the rocks, who decide to spend Christmas night with their 7-year-old son in an isolated, snow-bound cabin in the mountains.

Co-written by Toledo and Fresnadillo, script has "a tense and claustrophobic atmosphere," said Film Factory founder Vicente Canales.

Gustavo Salmeron and Irene Visedo star. The Path will have its world premiere for the October's Sitges film festival.

Synopsis

Raul, in a desperate attempt to regain his marriage to Anne, celebrated Christmas in an isolated mountain cabin, along with their son, Nico. On Christmas night, apparently happy, “takes an unexpected turn their lives hellish.
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'28 Weeks Later' Director's Christmas 'Path'

Spanish sales agency Film Factory Ent. has picked up international distribution rights to Miguel Angel Toledo's psychological thriller La Senda (The Path), co-penned by writer-director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later, Intruders and the forthcoming The Crow remake), reports Variety. Toledo's directorial film debut "turns on a couple, whose marriage is on the rocks, who decide to spend Christmas night with their 7-year-old son in an isolated, snow-bound cabin in the mountains." The pic's cast include Spanish thesps Gustavo Salmeron (Body Confusion) and Irene Visedo (The Devil's Backbone). Co-written by Toledo and Fresnadillo, script has "a tense and claustrophobic atmosphere," said Film Factory founder Vicente Canales. Now in post, pic shot for six weeks in Spain's Teruel province and Alicante's Ciudad de la Luz Studios. Budget was Euro2.5 million ($3.6 million).
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Film Factory Follows The Path to Fresnadillo

A title making its debut here on Shock is La Senda (aka The Path ). The film is presently making headlines because a sales outfit called Film Factory snatched up the international distribution rights. What's notable about it is that Juan Carlos Fresnadillo co-penned this thriller. Fresnadillo is making waves with his upcoming Clive Owen-starring flick Intruders . He also directed 28 Weeks Later and is in line to helm The Crow . La Senda is directed by Miguel Angel Toledo and, according to Variety, "turns on a couple, whose marriage is on the rocks, who decide to spend Christmas night with their 7-year-old son in an isolated, snow-bound cabin in the mountains." Irene Visedo (pictured) of The Devil's Backbone co-stars with Gustavo Salmeron. This is...
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