Mireille Enos & Sam Shepard in First Trailer for Thriller 'Never Here'
"Happens all the time in my business… People just seep, vanish." Vertical Entertainment has debuted the first trailer for a dark thriller titled Never Here, formerly You Were Never Here; not to be confused with Lynn Ramsay's You Were Never Really Here (which is a fantastic film). From director Camille Thoman, the film is about an installation artist who follows and photographs strangers for her art, until disturbing events lead her to suspect that someone out there is watching her. Mireille Enos stars, along with the late, great Sam Shepard, plus Goran Visnjic, Vincent Piazza, Nina Arianda, Ana Nogueira. One of the quotes describes it as a "haunting Lynchian mystery" which seems quite accurate. This looks strange and confusing.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Camille Thoman's Never Here, direct from YouTube:
Lines blur between real and imaginary, crime and art, the watcher and the watched in this eerie, genre-subverting exploration of identity. Installation artist Miranda Fall (actress Mireille Enos) follows and photographs strangers for her art until disturbing events lead her to suspect that someone out there is watching her… Never Here is both written and directed by English filmmaker Camille Thoman, of the documentary The Longest Game previously as well as a short film and editing work. This first premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival this year, and it also played at the Chicago Film Festival. Vertical Ent. will release Thoman's Never Here in select theaters starting October 20th this fall. Anyone interested in this?
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Well, there's my countryman in there, but I wouldn't watch for him. I would probably do it for wonderful Sam Shepard who will be missed in so many good roles ...
shiboleth on Sep 28, 2017
Enos' face is perfect to be a hardened Western bad ass.
DAVIDPD on Sep 28, 2017
Liked the excellent The Killing. Enos and Joel Kinnaman had a great chemistry.
tarek on Sep 28, 2017
Loved The Killing. Wish there was more of it, and more of Enos as she's an actress with depth.
Quanah on Sep 28, 2017
My dad was an extra on a film in the 80's called "Frances." He met Jessica Lange and Sam Shepard. He didn't even know it was Sam until later on in the shoot. Mr. Shepard was a polite, deep conversationalist, as my father remembers. He's an icon.
Quanah on Sep 28, 2017
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