Netflix’s Earthquake Bird Trailer Has Alicia Vikander Caught in a Wicked Thriller
Netflix revealed the first trailer of Birds of the Earthquake . This is the latest director of the famous director Wash Westmoreland ( Still Alice ), who seems to have mounted a small twisted thriller for the streaming service. The film is based on the novel of the same name Susanna Jones. To help bring the story to life, he asked the help of Alicia Vikander, an Oscar winner, and Riley Keough in what could be cut from the same fabric as an artist. David Fincher's classic film.
The trailer quickly comes to the point where we are dealing with a thriller. The character played by Alicia Vikander is relatively new to Tokyo and befriends another American, played by Riley Keough. It then turns into a love triangle filled with jealousy, twists, turns and a lot of uncertainty. The sequence does not show his hand, but just a few cards on the table. Enough to pique his interest, but apparently not enough to reveal everything. Since I have not personally read the novel, I can not provide any insight into the story nor know if it seems like a faithful adaptation.
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Wash Westmoreland, in addition to directing, also wrote the screenplay . The complete cast also includes Naoki Kobayashi, Kiki Sukezane, Yoshiko Sakuma, Kazuhiro Muroyama, Ken Yamamura, Crystal Kay, Akiko Iwase and Jack Huston. On top of that, it has the added advantage of counting the great Ridley Scott ( Alien Gladiator ) among its producers, which certainly does not hurt. Kevin J. Walsh, Michael Pruss, Ann Ruark and Georgina Pope are also present as producers, with Kenji Isomura as executive producer. The film is also accompanied by an Atticus Ross soundtrack ( The Social Network ), winner of an Oscar, who collaborated with Leopold Ross and Claudia Sarne (). of the Book of Eli ) on the original score.
Named by Netflix as "a psychologically disturbing and disturbing thriller taking place in 1989 in Tokyo," an earthquake is centered on Lucy Fly (Alicia Vikander) , an enigmatic American has made a new life in Japan, but remains haunted by its painful past. Lucy ends up in an intense relationship with Teiji (Naoki Kobayashi), a beautiful troubled local photographer. Lucy's walls begin to collapse when the naive newcomer, Lily Bridges (Riley Keough), is entangled in their lives before she disappears and is presumed dead.
This event is only one of the many hottest titles of the moment the service arrived this fall, alongside The Irishman by Martin Scorsese and Eddie Murphy [DolemiteIsMyName. Netflix will release the Birdquake in some cinemas on November 1, presumably to qualify eventually for the price season, before making it available to subscribers on November 15 . Netflix streaming service has been experimented more with theatrical releases, they still do it largely at this time of the year, when they feel that a film has the right to win an Oscar nomination. Do not forget to check yourself the new trailer.
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