First Trailer for Intriguing Retro Sci-Fi Project ‘Perfect’ Playing during SXSW
“Be careful, sweetheart, don’t get too close.” Whoa, this looks trippy. A trailer has debuted for a retro sci-fi film patrician Perfect, premiering during a SXSW Film Festival this month. This experimental, artistic plan is about a child who goes to a puzzling genetic-engineering clinic, usually to learn a cost of soundness will cost him everything, including his mind, physique and his soul. Garrett Wareing stars as a boy, along with Abbie Cornish, Courtney Eaton, Tao Okamoto, Martin Sensmeier, Leonardo Nam, Alicia Sanz, and Maurice Compte. This looks really cool, I’m really extraordinary to see more, and hopefully a reviews out of SXSW are good. The film is being presented by Steven Soderbergh, that is a good pointer it’s unique. It seems a bit like “Black Mirror” meets Beyond a Black Rainbow-esque critique of society’s pursuits of perfection.
Here’s a initial central trailer (+ teaser poster) for Eddie Alcazar’s Perfect, approach from YouTube:
A child in a cold and sheer complicated house, in a vaguely scholarship illusory world, is seduced by advertisements of soundness to implement implantable characteristics directly into his body. The implants reanimate his dark, disfigured visions, though come with a fleshly cost. He persists on requesting them, anticipating to strech perfection, though eventually he discovers that virginity of mind is not accurately as he’s imagined. Perfect is destined by up-and-coming filmmaker Eddie Alcazar, a video diversion developer now creation his underline directorial debut. The screenplay is created by Ted Kupper, from a story by Eddie Alcazar. The film is presented by filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, executive constructed by initial song organisation Flying Lotus. This is premiering during a SXSW Film Festival this month. No other recover sum are accessible yet, stay tuned for updates. Thoughts?