The Loft – 2/9/2015

Let’s go to the movie – again!

The Loft – an ingenious, stylishly filmed thriller about five men who find a dead girl in their secret loft – is directed by one of the most famous Belgian film directors: Erik Van Looy. It is a remake of the most successful Belgian film of all time, Loft, released in 2008 by the same Erik Van Looy.  Other Belgian talents include writer Bart De Pauw (Zelzate), script supervisor Ann Van Aken, director of photography Nicolas Karakatsanis (Antwerp), producer Hilde De Laere and actor Matthias Schoenaerts reprising his role from the original film as bad boy Philip.  And to complete the Belgian input, all interior scenes have been shot at the Videohouse studios in Vilvoorde.

The story:  five married men share a secret: a spacious loft, in which they can quietly receive and entertain their lovers and latest conquests. It’s a great deal until, one winter morning, they discover the body of a young woman. No one knows who she is or how she got there. When the five try to find out what happened and why, they soon begin to suspect one another. It also becomes clear that they know far less about each other than they initially thought.


  • When: Monday February 9th, 2015 @ 7.10 pm
  • Where: Regal Atlantic Station | 261 19th Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30363 – meet us inside, close to the dedicated auditorium.
  • Parking: valet parking ($7 for 0-4 hours) or three-level underground self parking – first 2 hours free.  Park close to the red zone.  Remember to take you ticket with you and to fill out the parking space reminder information. Atlantic Station uses a Pay-on-Foot system (26 stations) or use the central cashiering station located below Central Park on P1.
  • R-rated movie | 1 hr 44 min



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