Relic teaser: Emily Mortimer leads dear Sundance
IFC Midnight debuted a new trailer for the horror relic Relic, starring Emily Mortimer (Mary Poppins Returns, Lars and the Royal Girl), which is due to be released in July! The trailer can be seen in the player below!
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Written and directed by Natalie Erika James on her feature debut, the film focused on elderly mother Edna as she inexplicably disappears and sees her daughter Kay (Mortimer) and granddaughter Sam run to her family's deteriorated country house, finding clues to increasing dementia spread across the country. home in your absence. After Edna returns as mysteriously as she disappeared, Kay's concern is that her mother is unwilling or unable to say where she was in conflict with Sam's blatant enthusiasm for having her grandmother back.
As Edna's behavior becomes more and more volatile, both begin to feel that an insidious presence in the house may be taking over her. All three generations of women are brought together through trauma and a powerful sense of strength and loyalty to face the ultimate fear together.
Next to Mortimer, the film's cast includes Robyn Nevin (Top of the Lake, The Eye of the Storm), Bella Heathcoate (Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Pieces of Her) and Jeremy Sanford (Satisfaction, Worst Year of My Life).
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Relic is produced by Anna McLeish, Sarah Shaw, Jake Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker, with the Russo Brothers, Mike Larocca, Todd Makurath, Wang Zhonqiun, Wang Zhonglei and Hu Junyi, all executive producers. The film, which opened with critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival in January, is expected to hit theaters, if they are open, and digital and VOD platforms on July 10!
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