Comes from 20th Century Studios no one will save youa disturbing science fiction thriller
It will be released on Disney+ next September 22nd no one will save you, a psychological sci-fi thriller written and directed by Brian Duffield and starring Kaitlyn Dever. This feature film is Duffield’s second film after Spontaneous 2020, an adaptation of Aaron Starmer’s young adult novel starring Katherine Langford and Charlie Plummer, which he wrote, directed and produced. Recently it has produced vicious beardirected by Elizabeth Banks for Universal, as well as its upcoming release BorderDirected by Jimmy Warden.
Brian Duffield talks about it no one will save you…
According to Duffield, “I wanted the starting point of the film to be an intimate study of characters who are suddenly invaded by aliens.” In fact, the end of the world will not only affect those who are prepared for it. The idea of an Alien movie suddenly bursting the bubble that our character has been building and nurturing for years seemed like a very original way to tell this story.”
Explaining his intentions, the director said: “I think there is a deep-rooted feeling in all of us that all alien invasion films might end up being true, as they are still a big unknown in our daily lives.” Since ours As the world spirals more and more out of control, we may even wish that there was something out there smarter than us who could help us find a more rational way of living. The aliens in No One Will Save You are superior to humans in every way, which makes Brynn and her surprising resilience somewhat unsettling.”
…and about Kaitlyn Dever.
He also has very good words for Kaitlyn Dever, admitting, “We were excited about the idea of Kaitlyn coming to us because, like Brynn, who is diving into a whole new world, Kaitlyn has never made such a radically physical film .” and science fiction,” says Duffield. “I think audiences will be impressed by Kaitlyn’s commanding screen presence as she uses her loneliness and silence to create an extremely unique and complex character.”