Arctic Trailer Has Mads Mikkelsen in a Deadly Fight for Survival
We have the first caravan for Arctic . Stories of human survival under extreme conditions have been part of the Hollywood landscape for decades. There are the usual rhythms that these stories have to hit, whether from real events or fiction, in order to captivate an audience. But this seems to be even more extreme than many of these earlier types of films, as this first trailer paints a crude and nightmarish picture of survival in the harsh conditions of ruthless nature.
The Trailer Opens with a Man, Played by Mads Mikkelsen ( Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Dr. Strange ), Simply Digging in the snow. We quickly realize that he is not looking for leisure, as this man is trapped in the middle of a vast snowy desert. In addition, he has a loved one who is injured and, although the small camp they have installed seems safe, he has to venture into the harsh unknown to find help. This then becomes a huge problem after another, with a spiraling tension, reminiscent of films like The Edge and Alive . A very aggressive polar bear has even been thrown out just to make things difficult.
In Arctic survivor of a plane crash in a wasteland and icy lives by using his mind while waiting for the help (hopefully) arrive. Things get complicated when a long-awaited rescue attempt fails, because he must then make a vital decision: stay in the relative safety of his side and hope to be found or embark on a brutal trek that may be the only hope for him. and a seriously injured alien who is in his charge. The film comes from director Joe Penna, better known by the pseudonym MysteryGuitarMan on YouTube, who meticulously researched with true experts and pilots of Arctic to make sure the accuracy of the information provided in the film.
“There is a lot of research, detailed resources, people who are more than willing to help, and I’ve talked to survivors of extreme situations to find out what’s in their minds.” that, they thought All this was used to create what this character does and what drives him to a completely disinterested act. “
Joe Penna co-wrote the screenplay with Ryan Morrison. The Arctic debuted at the Cannes Film Festival last year and has elicited many positive reviews so far. The film currently has a 92% approval rating from Rotten Tomatoes critics, with only one negative comment so far. This bodes well for fans of this type of intense and difficult survival film. Arctic due out on February 9 th. Be sure to watch the new trailer for the Bleecker Street YouTube channel below.