Resurrection Trailer: Rebecca Hall Slowly Loses Control In Sundance Hit

A new trailer has arrived for the upcoming psychological thriller Resurrection. Written and directed by Andrew Semans, the new film made its debut at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival in January. Starring Rebecca Hall as a single mother named Margaret, the story focuses on the sudden uprooting of her life when her abusive former partner, David (Tim Roth), appears to begin stalking her.

Now, in a newly released trailer from IFC Films, the toll of David’s ominous return becomes apparent. “If you’re watching this then something went wrong,” Margaret states in a foreboding pre-recorded message to her daughter. Intercut with scenes from her otherwise successful professional life, the moment Margaret spots David at a seminar marks a notable shift in her control. Showing remnants of past injuries hinting at abuse, she becomes increasingly erratic as her run-ins with David continue, stalking him in turn and carrying a gun. “I just want you to be happy,” David says in an ominous final encounter with a visibly horrified Margaret. Check out the trailer below:

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Also featuring Grace Kaufman, Michael Esper, Angela Wong Carbone, Josh Drennen, Rosemary Howard, and Winsome Brown, Resurrection has garnered significant praise for the performances of its two main stars. Marking her latest horror venture, Hall also earned critical acclaim for her performance in 2021’s The Night House and her past work on other titles, including The Prestige, The Town, and Christine. Due to arrive in cinemas on August 5, Resurrection will also be available to stream on Shudder later this year.

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