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Mortal, the new film from Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark director André Øvredal with Nat Wolff, will be released in America digitally and on demand on November 10.

After directing at home the funny Troll Hunter, the Norwegian André Øvredal has made a name for itself in English-language genre cinema with Autopsy e Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. His new film, starring Death Note, Nat Wolff, shot in Norway, will be released in America directly in digital and on demand on November 6 and on blu-ray on the 10th. the trailer.

The story, apparently inspired by a legend of Norse mythology, sees a young man struggling with terrifying superpowers, which, if controlled, could obviously be used for good. This is the official plot:

In this gripping thriller, a sleepy Norwegian town has a rude awakening when an American hiker is arrested. Witnesses claim that a teenager died after touching the stranger, who inexplicably started a fire that consumed a farm. The man warns Christine, a psychologist, telling her that he has superpowers and that anyone who gets too close to him will die. Is he a liar, a natural phenomenon, an angry god? Determined to discover the truth, Christine approaches and what she discovers is beyond imagination.

Also part of the cast Priyanka Bose, Ravdeep Singh Bajw e Iben Akerlie.



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