The Drowning

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The Drowning Movie Trailer

The DrowningWe’ve got our hands on the first official trailer of The Drowning, the upcoming drama thriller movie directed by Bette Gordon and starring Julia Stiles, Josh Charles, and Avan Jogia:


THE DROWNING
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Plot synopsis:
“The cat-and-mouse story revolves around Tom Seymour (Josh Charles), a psychologist who, while walking with his wife Lauren (Julia Stiles), jumps into an icy river to save a drowning man (Avan Jogia), only to discover that he’s the same boy he put away for murder twelve years earlier. When the boy reappears in Tom’s life, Tom is drawn into a potentially dangerous reinvestigation of the case.”

That young chap is one evil person… The psychologist should have let him die!

The release date of the movie The Drowning is set to May 10, 2017.

Stay tuned for more updates.
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The Drowning Movie

A first official teaser poster for The Drowning, the upcoming drama thriller movie directed by Bette Gordon from a script by Stephen Molton and Frank Pugliese based on the novel “Border Crossing” by Pat Baker and starring Julia Stiles, Josh Charles, and Avan Jogia:

(Click on the poster to enlarge.)


THE DROWNING

It’s his word against their fears.

Plot synopsis:
“The cat-and-mouse story revolves around Tom Seymour (Josh Charles), a psychologist who, while walking with his wife Lauren (Julia Stiles), jumps into an icy river to save a drowning man (Avan Jogia), only to discover that he’s the same boy he put away for murder twelve years earlier. When the boy reappears in Tom’s life, Tom is drawn into a potentially dangerous reinvestigation of the case.”

That psychologist is nuts for allowing that deranged young chap near his wife!

And a few pictures from the film:

(Click on a picture to enlarge.)

The Drowning movie - Border Crossing film

The film has yet to get an official release date.

Stay tuned with us for more details about the movie The Drowning.
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