16 April 2024

Watch The Unnerving UK Trailer For The Innocents

Any media including film, anyone with ‘superpowers’ there usually used for the good. We do know sometimes we see it for the opposite and Eskil Vogt‘s The Innocents showcase the darker side of those powers. Signature Entertainment have today premiered the unnerving UK Trailer for this psychological horror thriller.

Vogt is also co-writer for the Oscar nominated Joachim Trier’s The Worst Person In The World. De uskyldige (the film’s Norwegian title) It premiered at Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard category and Fantastic Fest Vogt winning best director.

Set during a bright Nordic summer, The Innocents tells the story of four children living in the same housing estate, who, when left to their own devices, reveal their dark and mysterious powers. But when the adults aren’t looking, playtime takes a dangerous turn.

As the saying goes ‘Never Judge A Book By It’s Cover’, these kids might look angelic, there far from it. You don’t really see the horrors, however the imagery, the silence is eerie and unsettling.

The Innocents is an original and highly tense psychological thriller meets superhero origin story, filled with chilling supernatural elements and uncanny horror. During a bright Nordic summer, four children living in the same housing estate are left to their own devices and reveal their dark and mysterious powers. But when the adults aren’t looking, playtime takes a dangerous turn. The Innocents was written and directed by Eskil Vogt, writer of Thelma, Oslo, August 31st and The Worst Person in the World and director of award-winning Norwegian drama Blind. The Innocents won both the Audience Award and the Critic’s Award at Gérardmer International Fantasy Film Festival 2022.

The film stars Rakel Lenora Fløttum , Alva Brynsmo Ramstad, Sam Ashraf, and Mina Yasmin Bremseth Asheim.

The Innocents will be released in the UK and Irish Cinemas as well as Digital Platforms from 20th May.


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