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Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain Shine in Gripping ‘Mothers’ Instinct’ Trailer

by Talia M.
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Studiocanal UK has unveiled the trailer for “Mothers’ Instinct,” directed by acclaimed cinematographer Benoît Delhomme and featuring an ensemble cast including Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Josh Charles, Anders Danielsen Lie, and Caroline Lagerfelt.

The trailer introduces the close bond between Chastain and Hathaway’s characters, Alice and Céline, set against the serene backdrop of 1960s suburbia. The narrative takes a gripping turn after the tragic death of Céline’s son Max, testing the resilience of their friendship amid growing suspicions and the unique toll of grief.

Adapted from Barbara Abel’s novel, the film diverges from the 2018 Belgian version, placing the story in the ’60s. This shift offers a visually distinctive experience as the film embraces the fashion and aesthetics of the era while delving into the thematic exploration of shattered suburban tranquility.

“Mothers’ Instinct” promises a compelling blend of domestic drama and interpersonal thriller. The trailer hints at Anne Hathaway’s powerful portrayal of grief-stricken Céline, suggesting a narrative where her sorrow may lead to irrational actions, heightening tension and suspense.

Accompanying the trailer, Studiocanal UK released a poster that adds to the anticipation surrounding the film. Although the release date is yet to be announced, audiences can expect “Mothers’ Instinct” to captivate them with its gripping storyline and stellar performances when it hits theaters in 2024.


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