“No” between science fiction and horror

Every week, the cultural journalist from Nice- Presse Noémie Meffre chooses the movie not to be missed.

Are you a fan of science fiction? Here is a movie date that should not be missed under any circumstances! In his new feature film, BobDirector Jordan Peele tackles space horror. Screening starting Wednesday, August 10, this film tells the story of a brother and sister who, at the time of their father’s death, discover a sudden phenomenon from heaven. Then they have to deal with this entity that leads to the disappearance of many people. Why is it so necessary to see this novelty? We tell you everything!

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after success Get out In 2017 and we In 2019, director Jordan Peele is already considered one of the “Masters of Horror” In the cinema. In his third feature film, he once again tackled the horror genre but also touched on science fiction. Therefore, Otis James and his sister Emerald will embark on a perilous mission to discover what hides behind these strange phenomena, including this devastating and deadly mysterious cloud. They are assisted by their friend Ricky, video expert Angel Torres, and documentary filmmaker Antlers Holst.

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A high-quality cast is essential! We find Daniel Kaluuya as farmer Otis James. As a reminder, the latter has already played in the British series skins as well as in masturbate And the Babylon. It’s finally in the feature film Get out It was disclosed to the general public. but that is not all! In 2018, he also played W’Kabi in the blockbuster movie Black Panther. Kiki Palmer and Brandon Perea also star in the title role.

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