His House is the 2020 horror thriller written and directed by Remi Weekes. This film based on the story of Felicity Evans and Toby Venables. The main characters in this movie are Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu, Matt Smith, Javier Botet and Emily Taaffe. This movie is Produced by Aidan Elliott, Martin Gentles, Arnon Milchan, Ed King and Roy Lee. The film will open at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2020.
After a terrifying escape from war-torn South Sudan, a young refugee couple struggles to adjust to their new life in a small town in England where inexplicable evils lurk. . Your House is a horror film about injured people with cuts under the skin. Part of their charm and ultimately the main reason for their success is their trust in rookie director Remi Weekes to switch between genre and tone.
The Majurs family are South Sudanese refugees who have escaped from a tragic boating accident in Bol’s nightmare. Girl drowned during the trip. After imprisonment for some time, Bol and Rial were “paroled” in a house in an anonymous English town. Such a house that needs care and full of pests considered a typical lease for people like adults.
In the first 20 minutes, His House plays less supernatural horror and more realistic human drama and describes the plight of a Sudanese family seeking refuge in England. Bol (Sope Dirisu) and Rial (Wunmi Mosaku) risk everything to take a nighttime boat ride to safety or at least dream of surviving a violent conflict at home. But an accident at sea makes her mourn the loss of her daughter on the English coast.
With the launch of the Sundance Film Festival, Netflix has come together very early to claim worldwide rights to His House, which written and directed by Remi Weekes, which premiered Monday in the Midnight and Genres Blending section. in one proposal. more current. Weekes is a co-founder of Tell No One, a production company that specializes in experimental short video content.
However, it would help if the movie in question was as scary as shit. Despite all the news, Remi Weekes’ His House, which premiered on Sundance earlier this year and now on Netflix. Initially functions as a sleek, cool and eye-catching fridge. However, this does not mean that the social dimension is in the background. The horrors of his homeland closely linked to the horrors of the refugee experience.
In real life, PTSD the fault of the survivors, the pain of assimilation in a European culture with its own colonial past far enough to encourage the collective violent amnesia that the couple sought. However, refugees don’t just leave. They bear the marks where they came from. And here the scar can seen both physically and spectrally.