Ben Whisher’s official trailer starring the uninjured UK thriller ‘Serge’
By Alex Billington
May 28, 2021
“The police are looking for you.” The title of this intense British thriller opening in the UK cinema halls this week Increase, Set in London Follow a person who starts to fall apart for more than 24 hours. It premiered at last year’s 2020 Sundance Film Festival and was immediately compared The Joker, But it doesn’t actually have this kind of vibe. Increase “Scattered thriller about a man who embarks on a courageous and reckless journey of self-liberation.” Ben Hisha They, with Eli Haddington And Jasmine Jobson. It’s a disturbing, slow-burning film that leads to a boil and tries to make a point, but overall feels frustrated trying to make this point. But it tries to make uncomfortable films and be aware so I respect that it just gives us more than any other expected story. This trailer came out a few months ago but we are now caught up with it.
The official trailer (+ poster) for Anil Kariya is here IncreaseDirectly from YouTube:
Joseph (Ben Hisha) is stuck in a soulless job, living a passionate and meaningless life. After a provocative act of rebellion, Joseph released a wild version of himself. For the next 24 hours he would embark on a reckless journey through London, until at last it would feel like survival. Increase Directed by a British filmmaker Aneil Karia, After several short films, his feature director has been performing step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step, step by step. And Rita Kalnezais and Anil Karia. It premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and also starred at the Berlin Film Festival last year. BFI and BBC films will be released career Increase Starting in UK selected movies May 28, 2021 This month. No US release is yet set. Who is curious?
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