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Trailer: “SIMON KILLER” director puts you in “THE RED” with new short

Borderline Films comprises the filmmakers behind artfully unsettling pictures like AFTERSCHOOL, MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE and most recently, SIMON KILLER. And while those films are already enthusiastically covered by the likes of Fango, it seems director Antonio Campos and collaborators Sean Durkin and Josh Mond are pouring effort into something more traditionally horrific: a short entitled THE RED. 

In THE RED, Kate just graduated college, started a new job and is moving into a new apartment with her best friend, Clara. Everything seemed to be going just fine. But things soon come to a halt. Her world is suddenly filled with a paralyzing sense of anxiety and dread. Something has changed and it’s gnawing at her. She’s become prey to a world filled with suffocating, terrorizing paranoia. The Red is about a life plagued with overwhelming dread and fear. It’s a thriller about the things we can’t outrun in life; the terrors we can’t escape, but have to face.

Campos tweeted out the link with little else regarding how and where we’ll see the short in its entirety. More to come!

 

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