Nicole Kidman Panics After Losing Her Kids in 'Strangerland' US Trailer
There seems to be an influx of solid films coming from Australia lately, and one more will be arriving this summer. Strangerland marks the directorial debut of Kim Farrant, and features an impressive cast led by Aussie native Nicole Kidman, joined by Joseph Fiennes and Hugo Weaving. The film follows a couple who become frantic and panicked after their teenage son and daughter disappear in the Australian desert. It sounds like standard thriller fare, but the setting down under certainly makes for a nice change of pace, and looking at this domestic trailer, you can tell the film has some gorgeous cinematography. Watch!
Here's the first US trailer for Kim Farrant's Strangerland from Alchemy:
You can check out the first trailer that surfaced for Strangerland last year right here.
Strangerland marks the directorial debut of Kim Farrant from a script written by Fiona Seres and Michael Kinirons. Catherine (Nicole Kidman) and Matt Parker (Joseph Fiennes) have their lives shaken up when their two teenage children, Lily and Tom disappear into the desert. The locals join the search led by local cop, David Rae (Hugo Weaving) as it soon becomes apparent that something terrible may have happened to the kids. Suspicion is cast, rumors spread and ancient Aboriginal stories are told in whispers as the locals begin to turn against the couple. The film arrives on VOD and in limited theaters on July 10th. Well?
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
For some reason, I might watch this to see Kidman. I don't know, but, she's kinda hot to me ... Never mind she annoys me from time to time ... Definitely, that makes the whole movie more watchable since, at this point, I can hardly say if this is going to be any good ...
shiboleth on Apr 29, 2015
Didn't she lose kids in some other flick? But, Hugo Weaving. Can't miss Hugo.
avconsumer2 on Apr 29, 2015
She seems to have rotten luck in keeping children safe.
DAVIDPD on Apr 29, 2015
Weaving's character reminds me of the Aussie version of Tommy Lee Jones' character in NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN.
DAVIDPD on Apr 29, 2015
I saw it at Sundance and besides the great and amazing cinematography of the landscapes, it was very disappointing. I really wanted to enjoy it alot but it was really bland.
Tyler Cobaugh on Apr 29, 2015
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