publicado el 17 January 2019 por Vaca Films
The new FEEDBACK trailer is now available, a thriller that will be released in Spain on March 1 by Entertainment One.
Pedro C. Alonso’s debut feature film, which debuts after a successful advertising career, is an international production by Vaca Films (‘Gun City’, ‘To steal from a thief’, ‘Retribution’, ‘El Niño’, ‘Cell 211’) and Ombra Films (El Pasajero, Infierno Azúl, Mindscape), shot in English, with the acclaimed director Jaume Collet-Serra (La Orérfana, La Casa de Cera, Infierno Azúl) participating as producer.
With a script written by Pedro C. Alonso in collaboration with Alberto Marini, FEEDBACK has a cast featuring British actors Eddie Marsan (Ray Donovan, Deadpool 2), Paul Anderson (Peaky Blinders, El Renacido), Spain’s Ivana Baquero (Alta Mar, The chronicles of Shannara and The Faun Labyrinth (Goya Award for Best Newcomer Actress), Richard Brake (Kingsman), Alexis Rodney (Guardians of the Galaxy) and the young Oliver Coopersmith (Tin Star) and Alana Boden (I am Elisabeth Smart).
Jarvis Dolan is the star journalist of the successful London late night radio show “The Grim Reality”. He plans to reveal evidence of Russian interference in the Brexit process on his program. But the evening takes a macabre turn when two armed men burst into the studio, taking control of the show. Their mission: to shed light on a scandal that could spell the end of Jarvis’ established career. At all costs. Forced to continue with the live program, following the script of the assailants, and without ever revealing that they are in danger, Jarvis Dolan’s night will soon become a nightmare.
In the words of its director, Pedro C. Alonso: “I like to think that we have made a film that is labeled #elevatedhorror or that we can qualify as a social horror thriller. The characters in “Feedback” are complex, contradictory and blatantly human. The thematic spectrum resonates in the headlines of any media, in the social networks and conversations that any of us could have this very morning. This film is also a profound revision of the “home invasion”, with its “supernatural monster” embodied in two individuals who are always ahead of the protagonists, powerful, unaffordable to defeat, alien to empathy and morality. And therefore, terrifying. If there is one thing that I have been clear about throughout the work process, it is that once you enter the world that “Feedback” offers you, you must not – as happens to our characters – be able to escape. The story has to catch you and not let go, until you’re the one who doesn’t want to let go.”
FEEDBACK is a production of Vaca Films and Ombra Films with the participation of Radio Televisión Española and Movistar+, the support of ICAA and Europa Creativa and the help of Agadic Xunta de Galicia.