(June 5, 2022) Original
(July 3, 2022) New Trailer (#2) — New Poster (#1)
(July 24, 2022) New Release Date (changed from 8/5/22)
July 29, 2022
From IMDb: “Margaret’s life is in order. She is capable, disciplined, and successful. Everything is under control. That is, until David returns, carrying with him the horrors of Margaret’s past.”
Poster Rating: B-
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Review: As simple as the design is, its evocation of Saul Bass in most pleasing.
Trailer Rating: C / C+
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Review: (#1) Such a dull trailer. A lot of reaction shots from Rebecca Hall and an attempt to set a mystery into the narrative are cobbled together with cheap tediousness that it’s a wonder anyone would find this concept appealing.
(#2) It seems to take most of what the first trailer had, but somehow made it pop a little more, perhaps with music or with situational awareness. For whatever reason, it’s a better attempt at bringing people to the cinema.