The horror in Juan Antonio Bayona‘s last film The Orphanage was discernible, but for his next he’s exploring a whole different kind of terror. The Impossible chronicles the tsunami disaster of Southeast Asia and judging from the latest trailer, Bayona continues with his skill at creating unbridled tension. Starring Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts, the film follows a family caught in a horror.
Summit Entertainment haven’t set a US release date for the film yet, but it coming to Spain this October, hence this full-length trailer. Even though non-Spanish speakers wouldn’t be able to understand, Bayona’s visuals are more than enough to entice. The first teaser offered an impressionistic look at what was unfolding, but here we get more build-up. Check it out below from Kino Gallery (via Movies.com).
The Impossible arrives in Spain this October, with a US release date hopefully announced soon.
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