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Trailer: Lusciously Dystopian UNDERGODS Will Screen at Fantasia 2020

Set to an original, synth score featuring ‘80s electronica, Uundergods journeys through disparate eras and realities fusing failed 20th Century utopias and 21st Century Ikea nightmares. An unsettlingly entertaining, singular visual feast, Undergods features a standout, pan European cast that includes Kate Dickie (The Witch), Ned Dennehy (Mandy), Geza Rohrig (Son of Saul), Adrian Rawlins (Chernobyl), and an especially crazed Jan Bijvoet (Borgman).

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Check out the trailer and read more about the movie below.

Synopsis:
An otherworldly journey through a Europe in decline, Chino Moya’s debut Undergods is a collection of darkly humorous fantasy tales about a series of men whose worlds fall apart through a visit from an unexpected stranger.  

Made with the support of the BFI, (using funds from the National Lottery), the Wallonia Brussels Fund for Audiovisual and Cinema, the Estonian Cultural Fund, the Estonian Film Institute and Sweden’s Film I Vast, Undergods is produced by the UK’s Z56FILM in co-production with Velvet Films (Belgium), Homeless Bob Production (Estonia), Media Plus (Serbia), Filmgate Films (Sweden), and Ridley Scott Creative Group’s Black Dog Films and RSA Films.

Undergods - Trailer: Lusciously Dystopian UNDERGODS Will Screen at Fantasia 2020

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Written by Josh Millican

Josh Millican is the Editor in Chief at Dread Central.

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