Wolf: Trailer Talk

Wolf: Trailer Talk

A few days ago, I came across a trailer that appeared on my Twitter feed. This film was called ‘Wolf’ and, after reading the synopsis, I was confused but interested in what this premise held. While it can be perceived as quirky or silly, I’m always on the lookout for obscure and unique films and this looks like it will belong in that category. 

‘Wolf’ stars George MacKay (1917) and Lily-Rose Depp (Yoga Hosers) as two people who believe they’re actually animals trapped in a human body and are sent away to a clinic to undergo extreme ‘curative’ therapies under the watchful eye of The Zookeeper. But, once there, they form a friendship that soon evolves into something more.

This is what happens when someone wants to make a werewolf film but doesn’t have the budget for it. And, while that is a criticism, I also can’t deny that I’m interested in this. After seeing ‘1917’ and the 2016 film ‘Yoga Hosers’, I’ve quickly grown to like the two lead actors and have been wanting to see from them. Plus, the premise does intrigue me despite its obscurity; its tone and themes could make it a sequel to the 2015 film ‘The Lobster’ and, in that, I’m interested. It looks to be a truly unique, if strange, film.  




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Megan’s taste in films are interesting: her favourite films are ‘Space Jam’, Studio Ghibli’s ‘The Cat Returns’, as well as horror films ‘Saw’, ‘Drag Me To Hell’ and ‘Ju-On: The Grudge’. When she’s not watching films, she’ll be spending precious hours playing ‘Crash Bandicoot’.

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