Trailer of 'The truth': the first film from Hirokazu Koreeda in English brings us another interesting family history
Yes, that you are seeing in the captures of the trailer is what it seems. The small Danny Torrance has grown up, and starred in the umpteenth adaptation of a novel by Stephen King, in this case the sequel of ‘The Glow‘, the masterpiece of Stanley Kubrick Mike Flanagan you intend to recover.
The ground was prepared very intelligently Warner in ‘Ready Player One‘, when he dared to retrieve the original film of 1980, and refreshing with it the memory of the viewer, making him remember, in the case of a veteran but casual, that movie shattered their dreams.
Now Danny Torrance, the boy terrorized the Overlook Hotel, is an adult with alcohol problems that travels from city to city tormented by his visions and by the ghosts of his childhood.
Settled in a new place will receive a vision of a little girl who needs your help and that pursued by a tribe of paranormal entities that live in the glow of the special children. Together they will undertake an epic struggle, a bloody battle between the Good and the Bad, to try to save her and the other children in potential danger.
The trailer makes it clear who is behind the camera, because the personality of Flanagan has chaired each of their jobs from which to call the attention of all and sundry with that nice ‘Oculus: The mirror of evil’, although there will be those who have signed from ‘Absentia’.
Since then the director has not stopped growing, with titles as interesting as the sequel of ‘Ouija’ (that sounds a lot like ‘Veronica’, that will come after), and that it has been uncovered as a great adapter, with ‘The game of Gerald’, also of King, and especially with the awesome ‘The curse of Hill House’.
Ewan McGregor, Rebecca Ferguson, Zahn McClarnon, Carl Lumbly, Alex Essoe, Bruce Greenwood and Catherine Parker lead the cast of ‘Doctor Sleep’, which will hit the screens worldwide at the end of autumn.
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