Sebastian Silva’s (Old Cats, The Maid) now untitled thriller (formerly Magic, Magic) starring Juno Temple (The Dark Knight Rises, The Three Musketeers, Atonement), Emily Browning (Sleeping Beauty, Sucker Punch, The Uninvited), Michael Cera (Juno, Superbad) and Catalina Sandino Moreno (Maria Full Of Grace, Paris Je T’aime, Che) is still up for sale at the forthcoming AFM in Santa Monica.
Now, we have an updated one-sheet alongside the first ever official images. They look bleek, but not all that interesting.
“While vacationing with a friend in the spectacular Chilean lake district, young American traveler Alicia (Temple) begins seeing disturbing images visible only to her. Her best friend Sarah (Browning) suddenly returns to Santiago, leaving Alicia in an unfamiliar country surrounded by strangers (Cera and Sandino Moreno). More and more she unravels, seeing darker visions and hearing chilling noises that send her running into the woods. In this disturbing landscape, she experiences crushing terror and knows that she must escape. A destabilizing, psychological thriller recalling the best works in the genre, this film entices viewers into a world they won’t be able to forget.“
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