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Love can be all-consuming, but sometimes it can make you blind to danger that’s hiding in plain view. That’s the harrowing lesson facing Teresa Palmer in Australian director Cate Shortland‘s nail-biting new thriller, “Berlin Syndrome.” READ MORE: 10 Films To See In May Max Riemelt co-stars in this adaptation of Melanie Joosten‘s novel about a young woman traveling in Germany who falls for a local. Continue reading Exclusive: No One Can Hear Teresa Palmer In Clip From Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ at The Playlist.
Love becomes a prison in “Berlin Syndrome,” the new film from Cate Shortland (“Somersault,” “Lore“) that unwinds a slow-burn thriller about romantic obsession that runs deadly. READ MORE: Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ Starring Teresa Palmer Is An Unbearably Intense, Slow Burn Thriller [Sundance Review] Teresa Palmer leads the film as an Australian journalist in Germany who strikes up a relationship with a charming young man. Continue reading Teresa Palmer Fights For Freedom In New Trailer For Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ at The Playlist.
The intensity of new love can often make you blind to the trouble signs, and that’s where things kick off in “Berlin Syndrome,” the new film from the always fascinating filmmaker Cate Shortland (“Somersault,” “Lore“). Based on the book by Melanie Joosten, and starring Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt, the story follows a young woman who travels to Berlin and falls in love, only to discover the relationship has taken a sinister edge. Continue reading Teresa Palmer Is Trapped In New Trailer For Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ at The Playlist.
Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ Starring Teresa Palmer Is An Unbearably Intense, Slow Burn Thriller [Sundance Review]
“Berlin Syndrome” is a different kind of serial killer thriller: one that slows the predator/prey process down, in order to focus on the clinical and psychological details. Imagine a version of “The Silence of the Lambs” that’s entirely about Buffalo Bill and Catherine Martin, the woman he traps in his pit. More importantly, imagine if the post-‘Lambs’ wave of movies about murderous madmen cared more about the would-be victims than their tormentors. Continue reading Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ Starring Teresa Palmer Is An Unbearably Intense, Slow Burn Thriller [Sundance Review] at The Playlist.
It’s a good time of year to be a movie lover, not only because the best Hollywood has to offer is hitting cinemas, but January will bring with a whole new batch of films to obsess over. The conversation on what’s next will begin at the Sundance Film Festival, and one movie we have our eye on is “Berlin Syndrome.” The latest from Cate Shortland (“Lore,” “Somersault“), is based on the book by Melanie Joosten, stars Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt, and follows a young woman whose German vacation takes a dark turn. Continue reading Sundance Clips: Teresa Palmer Takes A Trip In Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ at The Playlist.
Aussie filmmaker Cate Shortland, who has been behind the camera for “Somersault” and “Lore,” is always a director we’ll keep a keen eye on. However, we expected her latest film, “Berlin Syndrome,” to have popped up on the festival circuit by now. Shot all the way back in the spring of 2015, not much has been heard about the picture since that time, but we’re very excited that it will be making its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month. Continue reading Sundance First Look: Cate Shortland’s ‘Berlin Syndrome’ Starring Teresa Palmer at The Playlist.
With DC Films‘ “The Batman” gearing up to shoot next spring, we still don’t know much except that it will feature Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke, and Ben Affleck has co-written the script, will direct, and of course, wear the cape and cowl. But I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s getting friends and strangers ringing him up, to see if he needs them for any roles. Continue reading Attention Ben Affleck, Teresa Palmer Wants to Play Talia Al Ghul In ‘The Batman’ at The Playlist.
Chadwick Boseman, Teresa Palmer, Luke Evans and Alfred Molina star in Belgian director Fabrice Du Welz’s first English-language feature, the Los Angeles neo-noir ‘Message From the King.’read more