Netflix has launched the chilling trailer and poster for Fever Dream (Distancia de Rescate), the upcoming horror movie impressed by the novel of the identical identify by Argentinian writer Samanta Schweblin. Fever Dream will debut in chosen theaters on October 6 and on the streaming platform on October 13.
The trailer introduces us to Amanda, a lady who has simply moved out to a brand new dwelling together with her kids. Quickly after attending to her new home, Amanda (Maria Valverde) meets a neighbor named Carola (Dolores Fonzi), a seemingly harmless lady who guards a darkish secret. Similar to Amanda, Carola is a mom, however her son David (Emilio Vodanovich) appears to have supernatural powers. The trailer additionally teases David could be lifeless, and whereas the thriller will solely be revealed after the film’s launch, there’s a distressing environment on the trailer that guarantees Fever Dream is certainly a disturbing expertise.
Peruvian filmmaker Claudia Llosa directs Fever Dream from a script she wrote with Schweblin. The film additionally stars German Palacios and Guillermo Pfening. The movie is produced by Mark Johnson, Tom Williams, Pablo Larraín, Juan De Dios Larraín.
Fever Dream is a part of Netflix’s particular Halloween programming “Netflix and Chill”, which additionally contains Creep director Patrick Brice’s new movie There’s Somebody Inside Your Home and Mike Flanagan’s new collection Midnight Mass. Fever Dream will debut in chosen theaters on October 6 and on the streaming platform on October 13. Take a look at Fever Dream’s trailer and poster beneath.
Right here’s Fever Dream’s official synopsis:
Advised from a decidedly female perspective, this hallucinatory story explores the interconnected nature of affection and concern in motherhood. A lady named Amanda holidays in a sleepy Argentine village together with her younger daughter Nina. Ever-concerned together with her daughter’s welfare, Amanda consistently calculates the “rescue distance” wanted to guard her little one. She quickly discovers that issues round her are usually not as they appear. An area boy named David interrogates Amanda, as she struggles to make sense of her environment. The great thing about the bucolic countryside is a placing counterpoint to an eerie story of darkish forces, highly effective feelings, and pervasive risks. From Peruvian director Claudia Llosa, primarily based on the Samanta Schweblin novel of the identical identify.
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