Olivia Wilde made a very impressive transition from acting to directing in 2019. Book store, about a couple of girls who are about to graduate from high school. Its continuation Don’t worry dear, looks like a significant step forward in terms of ambition and scope. This is a period film that seems to combine elements of an erotic thriller and conspiracy thriller with a bit of science fiction and social commentary.
Florence Pugh plays a woman who is happily married to her husband, played by Harry Styles, and lives in some kind of planned community where all the men are working on something called the Victory Project. Well, that doesn’t sound threatening at all!
The impressive and extremely handsome cast also includes Wilde, Gemma Chan, Kiki Lane, Nick Kroll and Chris Pine. Take a look at the trailer below:
Here is the official synopsis of the film:
Alice (Pugh) and Jack (Stiles) are fortunate to live in the idealized community of Victory, an experimental corporate town that is home to the men working for the top-secret Project Victory and their families. The social optimism of the 1950s, bolstered by their CEO Frank (Pyne) — corporate visionary and motivational coach in equal measure — anchors every aspect of daily life in a cohesive desert utopia. While the husbands spend every day at Project Victory headquarters working on «progressive materials development,» their wives, including Frank’s elegant partner, Shelley (Chan), spend their time enjoying the beauty, luxury, and debauchery of their communities. . Life is beautiful, the needs of every resident are satisfied by the company. All they ask in return is prudence and unquestioning commitment to the cause of Victory. But when cracks begin to appear in their idyllic life, revealing flashes of something much more sinister lurking beneath the inviting façade, Alice can’t help but wonder what exactly they’re doing in Victory and why.
Don’t worry dear scheduled to open in theaters on September 23.
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