Watch ‘Succession’ Star Sarah Snook Spooked by Strange Daughter in ‘Run Rabbit Run’ Trailer |

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Sarah Snook is pregnant successful existent life — and successful HBO’s “Succession” — but successful “Run Rabbit Run,” she plays a mother and fertility expert who is frightened by her young daughter’s inexplicable memories of a past identity.

The Australian thriller from head Daina Reid and writer Hannah Kent released its first trailer arsenic nan movie is confirmed to surface astatine adjacent month’s Sydney Film Festival. “Run Rabbit Run” made its world premiere arsenic nan opening title of nan Midnight conception of nan Sundance show successful January. The movie will motorboat connected Netflix connected June 28.

Emmy-nominated Snook stars alongside Damon Herriman and Greta Scacchi. Variety’s review from Sundance called nan movie an “effective if acquainted mommy-issues chiller.”

Reid was besides Emmy-nominated for her activity on “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Her accumulation institution Carver Films has developed horror films including “Relic” and nan crime thriller “Snowtown,” and Reid has besides directed Apple TV’s “The Shining Girls,” HBO’s “The Outsider” and Amazon’s “Upload.”

In an earlier loop of “Run Rabbit Run,” “Handmaid’s Tale” prima Elizabeth Moss was group to play nan lead role. The move kept things acquainted though, arsenic Reid has antecedently directed Snook successful constricted bid “The Secret River.”

The book was written by acclaimed South Australian novelist Kent (“Devotion,” “Burial Rites”) from an original thought developed with Carver Films. Anna McLeish and Sarah Shaw of Carver produced.

The movie had awesome accumulation finance from XYZ and Screen Australia, successful relation with Film Victoria, the South Australian Film Corporation and Soundfirm. Umbrella and Maslow Entertainment are handling Australia and New Zealand distribution. Netflix will upload it for multi-territory streaming successful June.

“Run Rabbit Run” was filmed on-location successful South Australia’s Riverland region. It joins a increasing slate of Australian-made stories connected Netflix including Emmy-winning documentary “Puff: Wonders of nan Reef,” fiction series “Wellmania” and “Heartbreak High,” and crime-drama film “The Stranger.” 

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