Netflix’s Earthquake Bird Trailer Has Alicia Vikander Caught in a Wicked Thriller

Netflix has revealed the primary trailer for Earthquake Bird. This is the most recent from acclaimed director Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice), who has, it appears, put collectively a twisted little thriller for the streaming service. The film is predicated on the novel of the identical title by Susanna Jones. To assist deliver the story to life, he is enlisted the assistance of Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander and Riley Keough in what appears to be like prefer to be minimize from the identical fabric as a traditional David Fincher flick.

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The trailer rapidly will get to the purpose that we’re coping with a grizzly whodunnit. The character performed by Alicia Vikander is comparatively new to Tokyo and makes associates with one other American, performed by Riley Keough. It then devolves into a love triangle crammed with jealousy, twists, turns and a nice deal of uncertainty. The footage is not displaying its hand, actually simply laying some playing cards out on the desk. Enough to pique one’s curiosity, however seemingly not sufficient to provide the entire thing away. Given that I have not personally learn the novel, I cannot present any story perception, nor can I actually interpret whether or not or not this appears to be a devoted adaptation.

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Wash Westmoreland, in addition to directing, additionally penned the screenplay. The full forged additionally consists of Naoki Kobayashi, Kiki Sukezane, Yoshiko Sakuma, Kazuhiro Muroyama, Ken Yamamura, Crystal Kay, Akiko Iwase, and Jack Huston. Aside from that, it has the additional benefit of counting the nice Ridley Scott (Alien, Gladiator) as one in all its producers, which definitely does not harm. Kevin J. Walsh, Michael Pruss, Ann Ruark and Georgina Pope are additionally on board as producers, with Kenji Isomura as government producer. The film additionally comes with a soundtrack by Oscar-winner Atticus Ross (The Social Network), who collaborated with Leopold Ross and Claudia Sarne (The Book of Eli) on the unique rating.

Billed by Netflix as “a psychologically unsettling and atmospheric thriller set in 1989 Tokyo,” Earthquake Bird facilities on Lucy Fly (Alicia Vikander), an enigmatic American who has made a new life in Japan, but stays haunted by her painful previous. Lucy ultimately finds herself in an intense relationship with Teiji (Naoki Kobayashi), a good-looking, although troubled, native photographer. Lucy’s partitions begin to come down when naive newcomer, Lily Bridges (Riley Keough), turns into entangled in their lives earlier than she winds up lacking and is suspected lifeless.

This is only one of a number of high-profile releases the streaming service has coming our approach this fall, alongside Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman and Eddie Murphy’s Dolemite Is My Name. Netflix will launch Earthquake Bird in choose theaters on November 1, little question to probably qualify for awards season, earlier than making it out there for subscribers on November 15. While Netflix streaming service has been experimenting extra with theatrical releases, they nonetheless largely do it this time of yr once they really feel a film has a shot at incomes them an Oscar nomination or two. Be certain to take a look at the brand new trailer for your self.

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