Watch: Indie Sci-Fi Trailer 'One & Two' from Andrew Droz Palermo
"This thing we have… we never asked for it, but it's part of me." Whoa. IFC Midnight has unveiled the official trailer for one of their interesting sci-fi indies, called One & Two, from up-and-coming filmmaker Andrew Droz Palermo. From what I can tell, the film is about two kids – a brother and sister – who have the ability to teleport. But they're stuck in a time when this power is perceived as the Devil's work. I hate to make this comparison, but it kind of seems like Chronicle if it were a dramatic period piece. The description says they have "terrifying supernatural powers" but it seems as if they're limited mostly to teleportation. I'm very intrigued by this, I love the score and the way it builds, I really, really want to see it. Take a look below.
Here's the official trailer for Andrew Droz Palermo's One & Two, direct from IFC's YouTube:
Siblings Eva (Kiernan Shipka) and Zac (Timothée Chalamet) live cut off from society in a remote farmhouse, their insular world bounded by an enormous wall. But as the pair begins exploring their extraordinary, potentially dangerous supernatural abilities, a mystery arises: is their father trying to keep the world out, or to keep his children in? This stunningly original science-fiction mind-bender is a surprising, thought-provoking look at the bonds that tie families together and the secrets that drive them apart One & Two is directed by cinematographer-turned-filmmaker Andrew Droz Palermo, from a script co-written by Palermo & Neima Shahdadi. IFC will release One & Two starting August 14th this summer.
nice! on my to watch list!
ari smulders on Jul 22, 2015
Looks like a combination of The Village and Chronicle. I'm down.
SacLA on Jul 22, 2015
Bit of Jumper, too.
mathieu leborgne on Jul 23, 2015
Very cool. Little Sally Drapper is a star in the making (hopefully!).
DAVIDPD on Jul 22, 2015
Defiance has brought some of his inhabitants a bit earlier. Ok, it looks fun ...
shiboleth on Jul 22, 2015
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