Drafthouse Declares They’ve Picked Up I Declare War

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A scene from 'I Declare War'

I Declare War won the 2012 Fantastic Fest Audience Award and it appears the dramatic action film will finally be seeing a theatrical release later this year. Drafthouse Films has acquired the film for launch on VOD and in theaters.
Jason Lapeyre and Robert Wilson co-directed the dramatic movie, with Wilson, Lewin Webb, and Patrick Cameron producing. The film follows a group of kids who while playing capture the flag take their game too far, pushing “beyond the game and the boundaries of friendship into an adventure where fantasy blurs with reality.”
“Not since Stand By Me have we experienced such a poignant and sincere film about kids for adults,” said Drafthouse Films CEO/Founder Tim League, “Armed with an arsenal of extremely talented child actors and combining shades of Full Metal Jacket and Lord Of The Flies, Jason and Rob have created a one-of-a-kind action film that we couldn’t be more excited to handle in the US.”
Source: Drafthouse Films
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