Distorted — Trailer

source:   distorted.movie

added: Fri, May 4th '18

Christina Ricci (Z, Black Snake Moan, Speed Racer) becomes increasingly paranoid after moving into a suspicious apartment building in the trailer for the psychological mystery thriller "Distorted."

Also starring John Cusack (Love & Mercy, Hot Tub Time Machine) and Brendan Fletcher (The Revenant), the film casts Ricci as a bipolar woman who moves into a brand-new state-of-the-art luxury apartment building with her husband.

After moving in, she soon believes she is being slowly brainwashed as she suspects her landlords are secretly conducting some kind of "subliminal advertising experiment." But when Ricci tries to bring it up to her husband (played by Fletcher), he becomes convinced that she is making these things up in her head. Which begs the question: does she need to take more medication or does she need to find a new place to stay?

Directed by Rob W. King (The Humanity Bureau), "Distorted" is being released on June 22nd.

Lauren Curran (Christina Ricci) and her devoted husband Russel (Brendan Fletcher) decide to move away from the bustle of the city and into the peaceful oasis of The Pinnacle, a coveted luxury condo boasting ultra-modern design, state-of-the-art features and advanced security systems. As the couple settles into their new hi-tech home, Lauren begins to experience disturbing and inexplicable occurrences which lead her to believe the building has a dark side.

With a history of mental illness and concern from her husband and psychiatrist, Lauren questions if the “distortions” that plague her only exist in her mind. It is not until she enlists Vernon Sarsfield (John Cusack) an investigative journalist with an interest in cyber conspiracy that her suspicions are confirmed; The Pinnacle appears to be conducting psychological experiments on its residents. Together, Vernon and Lauren set out on a dangerous, mind-bending crusade to uncover a mind control operation with devastating consequences.


directed by   Rob W. King

starring   Christina Ricci, John Cusack, Brendan Fletcher

release date   June 22, 2018

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