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Author Topic: ‘Vivarium’ Trailer: Jesse Eisenberg & Imogen Poots Can’t Escape A Nightmare  (Read 994 times)

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‘Vivarium’ Trailer - Jesse Eisenberg & Imogen Poots Can’t Escape A Twisted, Suburban Nightmare. Choosing your first home as a wedding couple is probably a huge decision for people. If you're planning on having them, you need to make sure that you're close to good schools. You need to look at the statistics on the crime. There's the budget and neighborhood idea, too. Long short story, that's a big deal. The big decision turns into a sick nightmare for a young couple in "Vivarium."

As seen in the new trailer for “Vivarium,” a young couple is taking a look at a new starter home in what seems to be a neighborhood ripped from a suburban nightmare. However, when the couple attempts to leave, they quickly figure out that they’re stuck in this neighborhood with no hope of escaping. Well, that’s not entirely true, as there is one hope for leaving the nightmare — a young boy.

“Vivarium” stars Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots. The film is directed by Lorcan Finnegan, who previously directed the film “Without Name.”

Here’s the short synopsis:

In search of a starter home, a young couple follow a mysterious estate agent and get trapped in a strange housing development

It’s been almost a year since we saw the film at Cannes and in our review, we said, “Finnegan’s ambitions are unmistakably cinematic in scope. All the more startling from a filmmaker on the starting blocks of his career, “Vivarium” impresses with its clarity of vision and originality.”

As mentioned, “Vivarium” premiered last spring and will finally start its rollout around the world in March. A North American date has yet to be announced by Saban Films.

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