Witness A Man’s Hunt For A Serial Killer This December In ‘Hinterland’ (Trailer)

November 16, 2022

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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When an ex-prisoner of the Great War returns home to find his comrades brutally murdered, he decides to bring the serial killer to justice in the noir thriller Hinterland, from Oscar® winner Stefan Ruzowitzky.

 

“The year is 1920. The Austro-Hungarian Empire has fallen and what remains has devolved into social unrest and political turmoil. Peter Perg, a soldier of the Great War, returns to Vienna only to realize the place he once called home is now unfamiliar to him. Having spent years as a prisoner of war, Perg is disillusioned by this strange, new city distorted by the nightmares of war. His world is further upended when a gruesome series of murders targeting veterans begin to unfold. Feeling connected to the victims, Perg decides to investigate the mysterious crimes. A stranger in his own city, the looming threat of a serial killer begins to take its toll on him.”

 

The German film, which features English subtitles, stars Murathan Muslu, Liv Lisa Fries, Marc Limpach, Max von der Groeben, Maximillien Jadin, and Timo Wagner.

 

BONUS FEATURES:

  • Commentary by director Stefan Ruzowitzky,
  • VFX Featurettes
  • Bonus Short Film Haute Cuisine (Directed by Meryl Roche | France | French with English Subtitles | 24 minutes) — While toiling away in the highly competitive kitchen of a top-rated restaurant, Marie (Joséphine Japy) inadvertently discovers a strange new ingredient that wins her the admiration of the chef but with frightening consequences.

 

 

From the director of The Counterfeiters comes the Audience Award Winning film Hinterland, on DVD and Digital on December 13, 2022, from Film Movement.

 

 

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