Very few actors have ever been part of a year so disastrous as Canadian Taylor Kitsch, who has been the headline of the blockbuster “John Carter” and “Battleship”, which caused holes in budgets that studio Walt Disney Pictures and Universal Pictures were made of coconut shells corner by critics.
Later, the actor of 31 years tried to leave a good impression in the thriller with drug dealers “Savages”, which received mixed reviews and recorded revenue of 46.18 million dollars, a far impressive amount, but decent if we consider that it is directed by Oliver Stone.
Disappointed by the failure of big-budget movie that has linked his name, Taylor Kitsch has agreed to play in the independent film “The Grand Seduction”, a remake in English of Canadian comedy “La Grande Seduction” from 2003 , which will be directed by Don McKellar (“Last Night”, “Childstar“).
“La grande seduction” of the director Jean-François Pouliot was a hit in Quebec, has been nominated for many Genie awards (Canadian equivalent of the Oscars) and won the Sundance Festival Audience Award in 2004, telling the story of a surgeon plastic with excellent professional reputation, who is lured by locals in a small harbor to establish permanent settlement there.
Desperate to convince the doctor to become a permanent resident of the village of fishermen because they are broke and their only chance of financial recovery is to facilitate the opening of a factory to create new jobs in the area, locals go out of whim to satisfy all and claims the young surgeon.
Taylor Kitsch plays the doctor in “The Grand Seduction“, while Brendan Gleeson, Gordon Pinsent, Mary Walsh, Cathy Jones and Liane Balaban will get inside of people and making efforts to create its excellent living conditions to ensure that they go elsewhere and do not let them puddle before factory building by a large corporation.