Fascinating trailer for 'Hatching', Sundance's new horror sensation revolves around a girl hatching a monstrous egg

Finnish horror film’Hatching‘ will premiere on January 22 at the Sundance 2022 festival, which recently announced in a statement that it would not be canceled, following the increase in cases of covid-19 and its Omicron variant, and the decision to continue in streaming mode. After giving much to talk about in the markets, now you can finally see its trailer, which looks like a mix of Yorgos Lanthimos and Roger Corman’s monster movies.


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‘Hatching’ tiene a synopsis that does not leave indifferent:

“12-year-old gymnast Tinja (Siiri Solalinna) is desperate to please her image-obsessed mother, whose popular blog ‘Lovely Everyday Life’ portrays her family’s idyllic existence as well-groomed suburban perfection. One day, After finding an injured bird in the forest, Tinja brings her strange egg home, puts it to bed in her bed and nurtures it until it hatches.The creature that emerges becomes her closest friend and a living nightmare, submerging Tinja under the flawless veneer in a twisted reality her mother refuses to see.”

The story is based on an old Finnish fable, and has been brought to life with a cast consisting of the actors, Jani Volanen as father, Saija Lentonen as a coach, together with Reino Nordin, Siiri Solalinna y Sophia Heikkilä. Movie monster brought to life by animatronics designer Gustav Hoegen (Star Wars and Jurassic World), while Conor O’Sullivan (Game of Thrones X-Men: First Class) in charge of makeup design.

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‘Hatching’ is about parental pressure on kids who can’t achieve the perfection they yearn for and there’s a lot of blood and gore in the trailer. body horror wrapped in an aseptic aesthetic, promising to be one of the most disturbing horror movies of the year. The film marks the feature directorial debut of Hanna Bergholm and was written by Ilja Rautsi, and will be released by IFC Midnight on April 29 in the US.

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