Psychological horror films always have a plus that seeks to surprise viewers with sequences that disrupt their conception of reality and logic.
A smile denotes friendship, happiness and in general, something positive, but not always. Movies like It have shown that a terrible monster can hide behind a smile.
With that premise, this fall Smile will arrive, a film that a few weeks ago left us its first trailer. In fact, only that advance of just over two minutes makes us not see a smile with the same eyes.
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Parker Finn directed in 2020 the acclaimed short film Laura Hasn’t Sleptwhich in 11 minutes largely establishes the idea that Smile will develop.
The film revolves around Dr. Rose Cotter, who cares for a patient who has had an encounter with a paranormal entity. During a talk with her, the patient has a sadistic smile on her face, which precedes an outbreak of irrational psychotic violence.
Things get more and more complicated, with cases related to those macabre smiles multiplying throughout the city and Rose Cotter watching her own judgment and mental stability crumble. Let’s take a look at the official synopsis:
“After witnessing a strange and traumatic incident involving a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter begins to experience terrifying events she cannot explain. As overwhelming terror begins to take over her life, Rose must confront her haunting past to to survive and escape from their horrible new reality.
The film’s cast includes Bacon saucethe daughter of Kevin Bacon that we have seen in films like Loverboy, Jessie T. Usher (A-Train en The Boys), Kyle Gallner (Scream), Caitlin Stasey, Rob Morgan, Kal Penn and Robin Weigert.
Trailer for Smile, the disturbing horror movie that hits theaters in September
Paramount Pictures y Temple Hill Entertainment are in charge of producing Smile, which has its premiere date scheduled for September 30, 2022. Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, Isaac Klausner y Robert Salerno They act as producers of the feature film.
Do you think Smile will surprise this fall? Doesn’t the sinister smile of the characters in the trailer give you a bad vibe?