Digital Terror In First ‘True Love’ Poster Set

True Love

Heading into Berlin, Enrico Clerico Nasino’s Italian horror thriller True Love (aka Y/N: You Lie, You Die), which stars John Brotherton, Ellen Hollman (she will be starring as a regular in the next season of “Spartacus”), Gabriel Myers, Jay Harrington (Private Practice, Desperate Housewives, Anything But Here), has now sold in over 11 territories. While the English-language thriller continues to sell across the board, we landed an exclusive look at four new posters that are quite representational of the digital game of cat and mouse.

Penned by Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro, “On the surface, Kate and Jack, late 20s, are happy. But like everyone, they carry secrets that neither is prepared to reveal.

After their wedding, they awake from a deep, dark sleep, each alone in a sealed room with no doors or windows – only images projected on the walls and a monitor with two buttons: one for “yes”, one for “no”.

As the horror of their situation unfolds, surveillance films showing their life together appear on the wall, as the monitor asks questions, each more strange and terrifying than the last.

It soon becomes apparent that a bizarre test of their relationship is underway, and the secrets revealed lead them deeper and deeper into what could not just destroy their love, but threaten their very lives… True Love

True Love

True Love

True Love