Trailer: Get ready for a hallucinogenic trip in “The Wave”

Trailer: Get ready for a hallucinogenic trip in "The Wave"

Are you up for a surreal and life-changing experience? One of those experiences that open your eyes, so you realize you had them closed the rest of your life? To know things how they really are, and not how you thought they were? To see further than matter, the solid, the liquid and the gas, and be also able to see the abstract? Wanted or unwanted, assuming the consequences or irresponsibly, that is what the main character of The Wave (2019) is about to experiment.

The Wave (2019) is a science-fiction movie centering a man on the verge of a job promotion takes a mysterious hallucinogenic drug that begins to tear down his reality and expose his life for what it really is. It is the debut feature film of filmmaker Gille Klabin, after being responsible for a good handful of short films, documentaries, and music videos. The script was written by Carl W. Lucas, who has been producer for several horror and mystery films including The Rambler (2013), The Signal (2014), Don’t Blink (2014), The Blackout (2014), Fender Bender (2016), and The Field Guide to Evil (2018).

The main cast for The Wave (2019) is formed by Tommy Flanagan (Alien vs. Predator (2004), Sons of Anarchy TV series (2008–2014)), Justin Long (Jeepers Creepers (2001), Live Free or Die Hard (2007)), Donald Faison (Kick-Ass 2 (2013), Skyline (2010)), Katia Winter (Sleepy Hollow TV series (2013–2017)), Sheila Vand (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)), Bill Sage (We Are What We Are (2013)), Ronnie Gene Blevins (Twin Peaks TV series (2017)), and Blythe Howard (Diary of the MadMan (2017)).

The Wave (2019) has been this year part of the line-up of American film festivals like Fantastic Fest, and Screamfest LA, and this December it will also be part of Paris International Fantastic Film Festival in France, and Splat!FilmFest Horror Film Festival in Poland. The first trailer for the movie has been already made public and you can watch it here:


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