Victoria Carmen Sonne in US Trailer for Travel Horror Thriller ‘Holiday’
“Everything passes with time. And afterwards we’re only dead.” Ain’t that a truth. Breaking Glass Pictures has denounced a initial central US trailer for an acclaimed psychological thriller patrician Holiday, about a immature lady who discovers a lush holiday with her drug duke beloved and his “family” isn’t as relaxing as it’s ostensible to be. Made by Swedish filmmaker Isabella Eklöf, it initial premiered during a Sundance Film Festival final year afterwards went on to play during tons of festivals via 2018. This reminds me a bit of Coralie Fargeat’s Revenge, about a lady who gets behind during a group who abuse her. Newcomer Victoria Carmen Sonne stars as Sascha, and a Danish expel includes Thijs Römer, Lai Yde, Morten Hemmingsen, and Michiel de Jong. This looks crazier than we was expecting, and we wish she gets some bloody honeyed revenge.
Here’s a central US trailer (+ strange poster) for Isabella Eklöf’s Holiday, approach from YouTube:
Young and pleasing Sascha (Victoria Carmen Sonne) discovers her dream life of luxury, foolishness and fun comes during a cost when she is welcomed into a “family” of her drug duke beloved during his holiday villa in a pier city of Bodrum on a Turkish Riveria. Physical and psychological assault are a approach of life for this mafiosi family, though when a velvet veneer is nude tender to a bone, Sascha’s eye drifts towards a “normal” life she is withdrawal behind–is it probable she could still be supposed by respectful society? Holiday is destined by up-and-coming Swedish filmmaker Isabella Eklöf, creation her underline directorial entrance after a few shorts previously. The screenplay is created by Johanne Algren and Isabella Eklöf. This premiered during a Sundance Film Festival final year, and also played during Fantastic Fest and a Moscow, Sydney, Galway, Taipei, Melbourne, London, New Horizons, and Vancouver Film Festivals. Breaking Glass Pictures will open Eklöf’s Holiday in name US theaters + on VOD starting in February 2019 subsequent month. How crazy does that look?