Trailer For Ari Aster’s ‘Beau Is Afraid’: see detail
Hey if you are a horror movie fan and want a pinch of comedy in it then you must know who is Ari Aster. He is one of the brilliant directors and always works on some different ideas with a twisted mind which you probably saw in his 2018’s Hereditary and in 2019 Midsommar.
Because of the major amount of fear and thrill provided by Aster’s first feature film, became one of the all-time highest-grossing A24 movies at the time.
Do you know that car ride scene? It’s been five years and we still talking about it, isn’t it fascinating? After five years Aster is back with a new film with all thrills and fear, Beau is Afraid and it looks like a hell of a trip.
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The A24 film has received an “R” rating for its “strong sexual content, graphic nudity, violent content, and language.” It is not surprising that the film has an “R” rating because both of the director’s past projects also surprised audiences with horrifying visuals that are still fresh in our minds.
If you saw the poster release, you will get to know that Joaquin Phoenix is starring in the film Beau Is Afraid. Ari Aster presents the star cast Joaquin phoenix in three versions as you see the poster you can get it, each slightly older than the other—including a young boy who appears to resemble him as a kid.
We don’t have any idea of what to expect, but it doesn’t stop people to stop searching for it. With the release of Beau of Afraid’s first trailer this morning, we now know that the film also stars Nathan Lane, Patti LuPone, Amy Ryan, and Parker Posey.
If you’ll see the trailer you will get more interest followed by answers to your questions. I must have known better. Aster isn’t the type to rest everything on the line. Aster plays tricks on our eyes in the Beau Is Afraid trailer, making it impossible for us to follow a linear storyline.
We can be sure that Beau Is Afraid will examine in detail the horrors of familial relationships gone horribly wrong because that is Aster’s specialty, even though it may not contain the same disturbing imagery as Hereditary and Midsommar. Get ready to see the “R”-rated movie when it hits theatres on April 21 by watching the Beau Is Afraid trailer down below.