THE INNOCENTS Arrives May 13th

We were just informed about an upcoming psychological horror movie known as “The Innocents”, we had a look at the trailer and it looks promising, keep your eyes open for this movie which is set to debut in theatres on May 13, and on video-on-demand on May 20.

“The Innocents,” a horror film about youngsters with supernatural powers written and directed by Eskil Vogt, is a horrific experience to witness. However, the sensations aren’t free; if you can even call them that. This catharsis is entwined with the mysteries of infancy, making it hard to know how to feel about the experience..

Our contact at Tylite Digital provided us the following information about the upcoming film.

During the summer break, four youngsters form friendships and, out of sight of their parents, they find that they possess latent abilities. As they experiment with their newfound powers in the local forests and playgrounds, their harmless games take a sinister turn and weird occurrences begin to occur.

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren’t looking.

You can check out the trailer for The Innocents below.

Running Time | 117 minutes | Country : Norway 

CAST

IDA – Rakel Lenora Fløttum
ANNA – Alva Brynsmo Ramstad
AISHA – Mina Yasmin Bremseth Asheim
BEN – Sam Ashraf
HENRIETTE // Ida and Anna’s mother – Ellen Dorrit Pedersen
NILS // Ida and Anna’s father – Morten Svartveit
HANI // Aisha’s mother – Kadra Yusuf
BEN´S MOTHER – Lisa Tønne

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The producer Maria Ekerhovd formed the Norwegian independent production and distribution firm Mer Film. Since its founding in 2011, Mer Film has produced several award-winning and highly praised films. Mer Film’s goal is to captivate a big audience through imaginative, original, and timely films. In addition, Mer Film runs a talent programme with an emphasis on diversity and bringing undiscovered tales and fresh views to the screen.

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