Sunday, October 3, 2010

Let Me In, the Next Thriller Movie

Let Me In is one movie that has released on October 1, 2010. From the synopsis and also the movie cover, I can say if this movie is about child psychology problem. Let Me In is a movie based on the 2008 Swedish film Let the Right One In, directed by Tomas Alfredson and the novel Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist. It tells the story of a bullied 12-year-old boy who develops a friendship with a vampire child in a New Mexico town in the early 1980s.

Here are the movie's detail:
Release Date: October 1, 2010
Studio: Overture Films
Director: Matt Reeves
Screenwriter: Matt Reeves
Starring: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Chloe Moretz, Richard Jenkins, Elias Koteas, Cara Buono, Sasha Barrese
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Movie Poster: One-Sheet | Teaser

Plot Summary:
During the 1980s, in Los Alamos, New Mexico, a very unhappy and lonely child is neglected by his divorcing parents, and he is also mistreated by bullies in school.
Mysteriously, the daughter of a neighbor, who claims to be 12 years old, becomes the friend of this boy, who is approximately of the same age.
It turns out that the girl was 12 years old only at the time when she was infected by a vampire who bit her, but she is much older if her life after this incident is taken into account, even though psychologically and physically this girl is still 12 years old. We gradually discover that although this vampire girl is forced to kill in order to stay alive, she still has a heart of gold capable of showing affection to a small circle of friends, even humans. She becomes the best and only friend of the boy who is mistreated by both his parents and schoolmates and she gives him the affection he needs.
The vampire girl stays with a middle aged a man who appears to be her father. It becomes apparent that the most important thing in the life of this man is to protect and nourish this vampire girl. But since the vampire girl cannot consume regular food, this man often has to kill people and store their blood in plastic bottles, in order to keep this girl alive. Towards the end of the movie, this man is severely wounded in a car accident during one of his attempts to kill a student in order to put his blood in a plastic bottle for the vampire girl. He unconditionally sacrifices his life in order to protect the vampire girl, so that the police cannot catch her. He burns his face and his hands with acid so that the police cannot identify him as the protector of the girl, and just before he dies, he even gives his own blood to the vampire girl.

The vampire girl is traumatized and confused by the loss of her human protector, and the young boy becomes the only human who is capable of helping her. As the friendship between the boy and the vampire girl deepens, it becomes clear (from the ancient photographs on the table in the vampire girl's residence), that the middle-aged man who was protecting the vampire girl, was not her father, but that once upon a time, he, too, was a young boy who became the friend of the 12 year old vampire girl who remains young as long as she is not destroyed by sunlight or by breaking her neck. Now that the middle aged man (the former friend of the vampire girl) is dead, it becomes clear that the 12 year old boy from Los Alamos, is destined to become her new protector.
The two friends travel together to escape and survive together. They both have something to offer to each other. (wikipedia)

I have saw the trailer and I think, It's dark, thrill and interesting. I like movie like this. For you, let's check the Let Me In Movie trailer:

1 comment:

edsa said...

have a nice day :)