'Lou' is a science fiction film directed by Anna Foerster that centers around the titular character, a loner who believes she has put her dangerous past behind her for the good. Soon, she discovers she is mistaken when her neighbor's daughter, Vee, is kidnapped during a storm and Hannah, the neighbor's neighbor, asks for her help. The two women join forces to try to free the kidnapped girl from the kidnapper's dangerous clutches
The unexpected adventures that Lou and Hannah undertake in their lives are beyond their limits, as various shocking secrets from their pasts are revealed along the way. The female protagonists, played by Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett, enhance the overall mood and make one wonder where 'Lou' was shot.
Locations for filming are ludicrous.
'Lou' was shot entirely in British Columbia, including in Metro Vancouver and Ucluelet. Initially, the filming unit planned to shoot the film between May and June 2020, but the COVID-19 epidemic forced them to modify their plans and postpone production. Then, the main photography for the action thriller reportedly began in mid-June 2021 and finished in August of the same year!
Vancouver, British Columbia's metropolis
The majority of 'Lou' was shot in Metro Vancouver, a major urban area with Vancouver as its urban center. The studio facility includes 13 purpose-built soundstages, as well as additional structures that serve as mills, offices, warehouses, and other miscellaneous production tasks. Moreover, in June 2021, the cast and crew members were seen in and around Mid Valley, particularly in Seymour Mainline/Lillooet Road and Spur 4 in North Vancouver.
British Columbia's Ucluelet is located here.
During the later stages of the film, the production team was spotted shooting several sequences along Main Street, such as 'Man of Steel,' 'One Week,' and 'The Crossing.'