[Exclusive] EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH – Who’s to Blame in Latest Clip

[Exclusive] EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH - Who's to Blame in Latest Clip

To celebrate the dark horror-comedy EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH being out today on VOD, we have an exclusive clip from Film Movement. Check out the clip below!

After working for EcoClean — an industrial cleaning supplies company — for nearly 17 years, model-employee Inès believes it’s time for a raise. Despite daily jibes from her incompetent and misogynistic co-workers (including Patrick, EcoClean’s ineffectual owner), she remains professional and dedicated to the company’s brand. When Inès confronts Patrick about her salary, he not only disparages her request but makes a lecherous pass at her.

New intern Mélody witnesses this and jumps in to help, but in the process both women accidentally find themselves with blood on their hands. Spiraling more out of control by the minute, Inès and Mélody must conjure up increasingly maniacal solutions to cover their tracks — and clean up their mess.

EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH stars Jasmina Douieb, Laetitia Mampaka, Pete Van den Begin, Alex Vizorek, and Laurence Bibot.

The film is directed by Véronique Jadin, who co-wrote the screenplay with Nina Vanspranghe. The film was produced by Sebastian Schelenz. The cinematography was done by Nastasja Saerens.

EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH is now available on Video on Demand and DVD. To learn more, check out our review here.

About Film Movement

Founded in 2002, Film Movement is a North American distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films based in New York City. It has released more than 250 feature films and shorts culled from prestigious film festivals worldwide. Film Movement’s theatrical releases include American independent films, documentaries, and foreign art house titles. Its catalog includes titles by directors such as Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Lee Isaac Chung, Hirokazu Kore-eda, Maren Ade, Jessica Hausner, Andrei Konchalovsky, Andrzej Wajda, Diane Kurys, Ciro Guerra and Melanie Laurent. In 2015, Film Movement launched its reissue label Film Movement Classics, featuring new restorations released theatrically as well as on Blu-ray and DVD, including films by such noted directors as Ang Lee, Eric Rohmer, Luchino Visconti, Stanley Kwan, Peter Greenaway, Bille August, Marleen Gorris, Takeshi Kitano, Arturo Ripstein, King Hu, Sergio Corbucci and Ettore Scola.

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