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Monday, July 12, 2021

Secrets Get Buried on the Sales Art for ‘The Twin’, Starring ‘Lights Out’s Teresa Palmer

Australian actor Teresa Palmer will star as a young mother plagued by the violent death of one of her twins in the upcoming The Twin, which is being shown to buyers at the ongoing virtual Cannes market.

Variety shares today the official market sales art for the film, which was directed by Finnish filmmaker Taneli Mustonen of Lake Bodom fame.

In The Twin, “As the family sets out to rebuild their lives in the quiet Scandinavian countryside, they soon come to realize that some secrets are so evil they need to be buried twice.”

Steven Cree (Terminator: Dark Fate) and Barbara Marten (The Turning) also star in the film.

Shudder has already acquired this one, as we reported earlier this year.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3673513/secrets-get-buried-sales-art-twin-starring-lights-outs-teresa-palmer/

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