After making waves at Cannes the disaster film The Quake, from the same producers who brought us The Wave, is ready to shake up U.S. theaters this December.
In the new trailer, we watch as the lights go out ahead of the moment where buildings begin to crumble around a city. A family struggles to survive as disaster strikes.
Directed by Roar Uthaug, The Quake was inspired by a real-life event, the earthquake that shook Oslo in 1904, leaving a trail of utter devastation and took the lives of 145 people.
Kristoffer Joner stars alongside, Ane Dahl Torp, and Jonas Hoff Oftebro. Katherine Thorborg Johansen, Edith Haagenrud-Sande, and Ravdeep Singh Bajwa co-star.
If you’re a fan of destructions films, this is one you’re not to want to miss. Luckily, you won’t have to wait much longer, The Quake arrives in U.S. theaters and On Demand on December 14, 2018, from Magnolia. Odds are a dubbed version will follow.
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