New Teaser For The Strays An Upcoming Thriller On Netflix
We have the first trailer for the upcoming Netflix horror film The Strays, which is sure to be the topic of many conversations after its February 22 release.
The film is the newest addition to Netflix’s stellar UK slate, which has previously brought us The Wonder, I Used to Be Famous, and I Came By. The Strays appears to be a social thriller in the vein of I Came By, promising to keep you guessing until the very end.
The story revolves around Neve, a middle-class woman who seems to have it all: a comfortable suburban home, a devoted family, and a career as the deputy head of the local private school. But what if the whole thing is an elaborate hoax? Neve’s life begins to fall apart after two mysterious strangers show up in town.
The Strays is the first feature film from writer-director Nathaniel Martello-White (Small Axe: Mangrove, I Hate Suzie), who drew influence from films like Funny Games and Get Out. But don’t take our word for it; the film’s first trailer is amazing.
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In A Terrifying Video Netflix Promotes A British Psychological Thriller
It’s the kind of British psychological thriller movie fans would like. The Strays, whose trailer was released by Netflix on Thursday, is the first feature film by writer-director-playwright Nathaniel Martello-White, who also acted in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe: Mangrove, Deceit, and I Hate Suzie.
Absolutely thrilled to debut the trailer for Netflix's upcoming British thriller The Strays, out next month. I won't say more about the movie itself, but add it to your list now as you won't be disappointed. https://t.co/93FBSumSeU
— Ian Sandwell (@ian_sandwell) January 26, 2023
The plot centers on a British private school teacher, a woman of color, who lives in a predominantly white neighborhood but begins to experience a shift in her identity, code-switching(Opens in a new window), and a sense of reality after two new neighbors move in next door. The film has been compared to Jordan Peele’s Get Out.
Ashley Mandekwe (County Lines, Revenge), Bukky Bakray (Rocks), Jorden Myrie (Stephen), Samuel Small (Bonus Track), and Maria Almeida (newcomer) feature in The Strays.
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