Written and directed by Rose Glass, ‘Saint Maud‘ is a the last horror movie A24, the study that has been leaving great titles of the genre during these years, with Robert Eggers and Ari Aster to the head. Glass, cortometrajista veteran in the fantastic, already conquered a good part of the attendees at the last festival of Toronto with the screening of his film.
The new terror time again
in Addition, movie and director won a special award supported by the British Film Institute, where a jury chaired by Danny Boyle he described the filmmaker as “an extraordinary talent and a narrator powerful.”
About the film, Boyle said: “A movie really disturbing and intriguing. Striking, poignant, and mordazmente fun at times. Your result evokes films such as ‘Carrie‘, ‘The exorcist‘ or ‘Under the Skin‘. Its ability to incorporate successful elements of the original to a history of gender, and finding new ways to give them to the public in an exciting journey film through the madness, faith, and death proves that Glass is really original“.
In the film, Maud (Morfydd Clark), a nurse devoted to a hospice, is obsessed with save the soul of her dying patient, but some sinister forces and his own sinful past threaten to put an end to your call. The cast is formed by Jennifer Ehle, Turlough Convery, Marcus Hutton and Carl Prekopp. Taking into account how you usually handle the codes of the genre this people, what is certain is that ‘Saint Maud’ is already one of the movies that we want to see this by 2020.
The news Creepy trailer for ‘Saint Maud’, the new horror film from A24, the studio behind ‘The Witch’ or ‘Midsommar’ was originally published in Espinof by Kiko Vega .