Julia Ducournau’s second feature titanium is preparing for its screening at the Cannes Film Festival in July. But before the film premiered there, Neon released a nice 1.5-minute teaser of the film, which clearly gives the same thrilling and thrilling vibes as Ducournau’s critically acclaimed film. Raw (2016).

The trailer gained popularity with Julia Ducournau fans who had been waiting for her next release as a director for five years. The trailer has already made the film one of the most anticipated of the year which will star Vincent London and Agatha Rousselle in the lead roles. London is a former winner of the Cannes Best Actor Award (he won in 2015 for The Measure of a Man ).

The Titanium trailer , looks amazing and quite bloody and dark considering some of the NSFW footage; however, there is nothing to be learned from it. The trailer does not contain any dialogue, references or clues to its plot and in fact plays She’s Not There from The Zombies. Additionally, Neon explicitly refrained from giving an official synopsis in the trailer’s description on YouTube. Rather, the description defines the title in a completely science- fiction way. He says: “A highly heat and corrosion resistant metal, with high tensile strength alloys, often used in medical prostheses due to its pronounced biocompatibility. “

From the description, it can be hinted that the movie could deal with the crazy and horrific effects seen in people who have had denture surgeries and have taken Titanium implants. But maybe Titanium isn’t really the life-saving metal, famous for its biocompatibility and having unwanted effects on patients. The trailer features various sequences of gnarled bodies, graphic nudities, bizarre injuries, other disturbing footage promising both a disturbing and thrilling treat in the form of a feature film by Ducournau.

It’s just the scuff of the tip like Titanium’s trailer literally left no clue about the film’s subject matter and Neon could keep it all a secret until the film premieres in Cannes in July. Titanium is already popular with critics who watched its first screenings, and comments on Neon’s YouTube post of the trailer clearly indicate an exciting audience awaiting the film’s release. The film is also in the running for the Palme d’Or at Cannes, a first for Ducournau.

Previously, that of Ducournau Brut became the most critically acclaimed horror film and it is expected that Titanium will repeat history as well, doing wonders; and the trailer promises it. Titanium does not yet have a release date.

The French-language film is a Franco-Belgian co-production and will premiere at Cannes on July 21, 2021. Additionally, although the film is yet to be fully rated; However, according to the trailer, it’s pretty much confirmed that it would be a Rated R movie. Prior to that, Neon acquired the distribution rights for the movie in the United States. Also, Altitude Film Distribution ( moonlight ) will distribute the film in the UK and Film4 will do the same in Ireland.

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