Sarah Snook is pregnant in actual life — and in HBO’s “Succession” — however in “Run Rabbit Run,” she performs a mom and fertility physician who’s frightened by her younger daughter’s inexplicable recollections of a previous identification.
The Australian thriller from director Daina Reid and author Hannah Kent launched its first trailer because the movie is confirmed to display at subsequent month’s Sydney Film Festival. “Run Rabbit Run” made its world premiere because the opening title of the Midnight part of the Sundance competition in January. The movie will launch on Netflix on June 28.
Emmy-nominated Snook stars alongside Damon Herriman and Greta Scacchi. Variety’s evaluation from Sundance referred to as the movie an “effective if familiar mommy-issues chiller.”
Reid was additionally Emmy-nominated for her work on “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Her manufacturing firm Carver Films has developed horror movies together with “Relic” and the crime thriller “Snowtown,” and Reid has additionally directed Apple TV’s “The Shining Girls,” HBO’s “The Outsider” and Amazon’s “Upload.”
In an earlier iteration of “Run Rabbit Run,” “Handmaid’s Tale” star Elizabeth Moss was set to play the lead function. The swap saved issues acquainted although, as Reid has beforehand directed Snook in restricted collection “The Secret River.”
The script was written by acclaimed South Australian novelist Kent (“Devotion,” “Burial Rites”) from an authentic concept developed with Carver Films. Anna McLeish and Sarah Shaw of Carver produced.
The movie had main manufacturing funding from XYZ and Screen Australia, in affiliation with Film Victoria, the South Australian Film Corporation and Soundfirm. Umbrella and Maslow Entertainment are dealing with Australia and New Zealand distribution. Netflix will add it for multi-territory streaming in June.
“Run Rabbit Run” was filmed on-location in South Australia’s Riverland area. It joins a rising slate of Australian-made tales on Netflix together with Emmy-winning documentary “Puff: Wonders of the Reef,” fiction collection “Wellmania” and “Heartbreak High,” and crime-drama movie “The Stranger.”
Watch the trailer right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFPovTGI8hA