The season is coming Christmas and the New Year, and it never fails that for those dates there are those who stay at home watching movies or series marathon. Netflix knows this well, so it has already shown the content that arrives on the platform in December (HERE we leave the list)… There, we will have white noise Directed by Noah Baumbach.
The movie starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig will arrive on the streaming service at the end of next month. And if you want to see what’s going on, then hold on, we have a new official trailer.
Here the new trailer for ‘White Noise’ with Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig
Do you remember when at the end of last year Netflix brought us Don’t Look Up? Yes, that comedy about the end of the world… Well, it seems that the streaming platform likes to bring this type of video to its catalog Black humor tapes with semi-apocalyptic themes for the December dates.
And this time, the turn is for white noise, which had its first screenings at some film festivals in the previous months. The story follows the couple formed by Professor Jack Gladney (Adam Driver) and Babette (Greta Gerwig) along with their four children as they try to survive a toxic catastrophe in their city within what seems to be the imminent end.
In the new trailer, we can see Jack spending his days as he usually does going to the supermarket, eating with his family for dinner and all that. But soon, in the news it is revealed that a train with chemicals has had an accident, releasing a toxic cloud over the region in which they live. Things are even worse if we take into account that the family man has a almost irrational fear of death and constantly thinks about his mortality (at least that’s one of his traits in Don DeLillo’s original novel of the same name published in 1985).
And the family is not 100 percent ‘perfect’ either, as Adam Driver’s character mentions that both he and his wife are each going through their fourth marriage. So his family is made up of stepchildren, half-siblings and the whole thing. In the trailer, we see them trying to get out of town to take cover from the toxic airborne event… although at first glance, it seems the family is suddenly distracted from the matter.
Can this complicated but fun family survive and stay together in the midst of catastrophe? “Life is good Jack… I hope it lasts forever”, says Babette to her husband. Check the trailer of white noise here below before it arrives on Netflix next December 30.
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