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God’s Creatures trailer released, starring Paul Mescal and Emily Watson

A24 has released the first trailer for creatures of godStarring an upcoming psychological thriller normal peoplePaul Mescal and chernobyl Star Emily Watson. The film is set to open in theaters on September 30. Set in a wind-swept fishing village, a mother (Watson) is torn between protecting her beloved son (Mescal) and her own understanding of right and wrong. The lies she tells for him rip apart not only their family, but their close-knit community in a tense, sweeping emotional epic. The film also stars Irish actress Aisling Francoisie.

creatures of god Fodhala was directed by Salah Davis and Anna Rose Holmer from a story by Cronin O’Reilly and a screenplay by Shane Crawley. In addition to Mescal, Watson and Francoisie, the film also stars Declan Conlon, Marion O’Dwyer and Tony O’Rourke. The film was previously screened at the Cannes Film Festival in May, where it made a strong debut and Mescal’s performance won critical acclaim, especially in his role as a young man accused of rape in a remote oyster farming community in Ireland. earned. You can watch the full trailer for yourself in the video below.

“I used to read the script before I spoke or met him [the directors] And it was instant. time limit back in May.

“I think there’s also a very real-world issue in this that’s also very special in Ireland, that’s one thing. Mothers give their sons to sex crimes, and they are considered,” she continued. “And there are real stories of villages or towns in Ireland where people have been accused of rape and the whole community shuts up around them and ostracizes the woman. So, it’s a very oppressive, real-life thing. “

creatures of godWatson, starring Mescal and Francoissi, opens in theaters on September 30. It will also be available on demand.

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