Netflix has confirmed that it will release the thriller ‘Escape’ (RUN), starring Sarah Paulson, on April 2.
The film will be released in theaters by Paris Filmes, but its premiere has been canceled due to theatrical closures due to the growth of COVID-19 cases.
The plot follows a teenage girl who has spent her entire life in isolation with her mother, discovers a terrible secret that had been hidden for many years. Does the daughter go mad after all this time in the cloister, or is the mother a psychopath?
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Criticism | Sarah Paulson and Kiera Allen star in ‘Escape,’ one of the year’s best thrillers
The feature film has already debuted on international circuits and made a surprisingly big hit among critics.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the feature has won 93% approval, scoring 7.30 / 10 based on 83 reviews to date. According to the German consensus, the film is “solidly played” and “constructed with wisdom”, turning into an “incredible thriller”.
“A Fragile and Sordid Diversion” – Entertainment Weekly.
“A perfectly dynamic, well-edited and agile thriller” – FilmWeek.
“Representation of people with disabilities is necessary, and ‘Escape’ is doing it the right way” – The Mary Sue.
“Fast and clean – the movie comes in, does its job, and goes before we can thank you” – The MacGuffin.
“Paulson’s performance is what helps turn this thriller into warped entertainment” – Entertainment Voice.
The production is directed by Aneesh Chaganty, responsible for the thriller “Buscando …”.
Kiera Allen and Pat Healy round out the cast.
In addition to directing, Chaganty co-wrote the screenplay alongside Sev Ohanian.
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