Netflix has bought Australian horror Run, Rabbit, Run, and will release it later this year: more details here.
Premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Run Rabbit Run is an Australian horror that follows a doctor working at a fertility clinic, who must confront a ghost from her past to try to make sense of the strange behaviour her daughter begins exhibiting. And it’s a film that’s already attracted interest.
Succession star Sarah Snook headlines the film, alongside Lily LaTorre, Damon Herriman and Greta Scacchi.
Daina Reid, who directed the acclaimed television version of The Handmaid’s Tale, directs from a script by novelist Hannah Kent.
Netflix has now snapped the movie up, and plans to release Run Rabbit, Run in the latter half of 2023. For obvious reasons, the release date wasn’t included in it’s large slate of films unveiled last week. When we get something more exact, we’ll let you know…
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