Indie Trailer Sunday: German Post-Apocalyptic Film 'Hell' First Trailer
The Sun Has Burned Everything. This trailer has been making the rounds, but we've been remiss in posting about it until now (thanks to SlashFilm for the tip). If you haven't heard about it before, Hell is a Roland Emmerich-produced German post-apocalyptic film about a couple of survivors in a world where the sun has scorched the Earth and left it too bright to inhabit (Hell in German means Bright). This trailer is obviously playing up the epic-ness of the story with its music but it actually looks quite good, I really want to see this. It does have subtitles, but you must click the "CC" (closed-caption) button on the YouTube player. Enjoy!
Watch the official trailer for Tim Fehlbaum's Hell, embedded from YouTube:
It was once the source of life, light and warmth. But now the sun has turned the entire world into a baked and barren wasteland. Even the nights are dazzlingly bright. Maria, her little sister Leonie and Phillip are heading for the mountains in a car with tinted glass. Rumor has it that water can still be found up there.
Hell, which is German for "Bright", is directed by German filmmaker Tim Fehlbaum, making his feature debut after a few shorts previously. The screenplay was co-written by Tim Fehlbaum, Oliver Kahl & Thomas Woebke. This premiered at the Munich Film Festival this year, but doesn't have a US distributor. Hell will be released in Germany in September, but we're not sure on a US date. For more, visit their Facebook page.