UNHINGED Movie (2020) Russel Crowe
After a confrontation with an unstable man at an intersection, a woman becomes the target of his rage.
The trailer from the thriller Unhinged, starring starring Russell Crowe, was shared. In the trailer of the movie, which will meet its audience in July, we see that a young woman and her son are being followed and harassed by a man they encounter in traffic. The movie suddenly turns into a terrible chase.
The subject of Unhinged, where Derrick Borte, who we know as the director of productions such as American Dreamer and London Town, is in the director's chair, is as follows: Rachel, a young woman, fires with a man while waiting at the traffic lights. Continuing on the road leaving the man behind, Rachel soon realizes that he is after him. Rachel finds her unexpectedly as she tries to get rid of the man who harassed her, and she doesn't know what to do. Soon Rachel realizes that the man is not only disturbing her, but also chasing her loved ones. Will Rachel, who finds herself in a cat and mouse game, be able to get rid of the man who wants to leave a final mark on the world by giving a series of deadly lessons?
Finally, we had the chance to watch Russell Crowe in productions such as The Loudest Voice and Kelly Gang's True Story. Caren Pistorius, who appeared in the productions such as Deadly Machines, High Ground, and Cargo, accompanies him in Unhinged; Horror films such as Child's Play, Lights Out have names like the familiar child actress Gabriel Bateman.
Unhinged's release depends on the coronavirus decisions to be made in America. For now, companies have started making their plans since July. According to the researches, the majority of the American people say that they want to go to cinemas starting from July. Cinema hall chains, on the other hand, state that they will try to prevent the spread of the virus by using 25% to 50% of their halls for preventive purposes.
If there is no obstacle before Unhinged, the movie will be in front of the audience on July 1.
Director: Derrick Borte
Writer: Carl Ellsworth
Stars: Russell Crowe, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman