Francesca Trailer Delivers Intense Murder Mystery Visuals
Francesca Film Details
Director: Luciano Onetti
Release Date: February 13th, 2018
Release Format: Blu-Ray DVD
MPAA Rating: N/A
Genre: Crime, Horror, Thriller
Running Time: 1h 20min
Social Networking: Unearthed Films WebSite
Two detectives must catch a serial killer, but their only chance to find him, is to solve the case of missing girl who disappeared 15 years ago.
Francesca incorporates the essence of Italian Horror films. From the color accents to the camera angles the fictitious world embraces suspense and frightful imagery. Those unfamiliar with Italian Horror cinema will encounter a retro-inspired style. Francesca will release next week, February 13th and serves as a good introductory and/or supplement to admirers to this sector of Horror.
Here are some of the features included in the Blu-Ray, DVD
Behind the Scenes Featurette
Interview with Luciano and Nicolas Onetti
Unearthed Trailer Reel
Press Release Excerpt:
Beautiful and deadly, the Spanish Giallo, Francesca is an official Selection Sitges Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya, that packs a powerhouse of mystery, suspense and intensity all while following a serial killer bent on eradicating “impure and damned souls” from the city.
Spectacles of torture open the trailer, the portraits coupled with a dread-inducing voiceover brings chills. Francesca not only communicates Horror but the production also displays a psychological Thriller and murder mystery. The antagonist leaves his/her calling card as a way to flirt with the investigating detectives.
Francesa holds a compelling subplot, and it is unmistakable in the scenes presented in the trailer. It seems as if there is a supernatural component engaged and the clue to this theory lives within the final seconds of the trailer. An elderly woman utters; “my love is that you… Are you here with me? Have you returned?” to an individual sitting at the foot of the bed. This scene alone produces questions about the anonymous aggressor.
With that said there is a conundrum enveloping the titular figure, Francesa. Am curious on watching this film, how about you?