Cannes Festival audience favorite, expanding into theaters throughout L.A. this Friday, explores the nature of unexpected evil
Drafthouse Films acquisition and Cannes Festival audience favorite “Borgman” has released a trailer that proves to us once again that children are not to be trusted.
The film bills itself as a “dark suburban fable,” which is precisely what the trailer delivers. It has all of the makings of an unnerving film. Pale blond children. Enigmatic old men. Foreign languages. It’s enough to draw you into watching the film and subsequently regretting that choice immediately.
The film claims to explore the nature of unexpected evil. “Borgman” follows a mysterious drifter who enters the lives of an upper class family causing their delicately arranged worlds to come crashing down through a series of catastrophic events.
“Borgman” will be showing at the Nuart in Los Angeles.
Click here full listing of theaters showing “Borgman.”