Trailerfest: The Public, LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS, The Happy Prisoner, Stray, Baba Yaga: Terror of the Dark Forest, Until the Day Freedom Comes, Chunks of Meat, Level 16

3. März 2019 17:17 | #Film #Trailer

Neue Trailer zum Bibliotheksdrama The Public von und mit Emilio Estevez, zu David Finchers Animationsanthologie LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS, zum japanischen Thriller The Happy Prisoner, zu den Horrorfilmen Stray und Baba Yaga: Terror of the Dark Forest, zu den J-Horrors Until the Day Freedom Comes und Chunks of Meat, sowie zur SciFi-Dystopie Level 16. Favs: The Public, The Happy Prisoner, LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS.

The Public

In “The Public” an unusually bitter Arctic blast has made its way to downtown Cincinnati and the front doors of the public library where the action of the film takes place. At odds with library officials over how to handle the extreme weather event, some homeless patrons turn the building into a shelter for the night by staging an “Occupy” sit in. What begins as an act of civil disobedience becomes a stand-off with police and a rush-to-judgment media constantly speculating about what’s really happening. This David versus Goliath story tackles some of our nation’s most challenging issues, homelessness and mental illness and sets the drama inside one of the last bastions of democracy-in-action: your public library.


Tales of love, tales of heartbreak, tales of inter-dimensional fornication all converge in 18 NSFW animated stories.

The Happy Prisoner (Kôfuku na shûjin)

Tomojirô Amano’s The Happy Prisoner (Kôfuku na shûjin) stars Arata Yamanaka, Takurô Kodama, Noriko Kohara, Yurisa, Ryô Ikeda, Minosuke, Yuki Tayama, Madoka Tomosaki, Tetsurô Takeda, Rei Sugai, Minae Mayanagi, Mayu Ozawa, Sumire Ueno, Nanami Hidaka, Tetsurô Mihara, Uta Ueda, Akihiko Sai, Shôji Ômiya, Bob Suzuki, Jin Arai, Mark Chinnery, Kôji Miyoshi, Tokuhisa Yamashita, Daiya Kunii, and BB Gorô.


An orphaned teenager forms an unlikely friendship with a detective. Together they investigate her mother’s murder, and uncover the supernatural force that proves to be a threat to her family.

Baba Yaga: Terror of the Dark Forest

A young family move into a new apartment on the edge of town and hire a nanny to look after their newborn daughter. After gaining the trust of the young parents, the nanny begins scaring their young daughter and older son, Egor, at night. Egor tells his parents about their nanny’s strange exploits but they don’t believe him. One day Egor comes home to find that his little sister has disappeared along with the nanny. His parents are in a strange trance-like state and don’t remember ever having a daughter. All her toys and clothes have vanished along with her, as if she was never there. Egor sets out with his friends to look for her. They are convinced that the nanny is actually an ancient Slavic demon that once went by the name Yaga. And if the kids don’t succeed in their quest, their parents will forget them too.

Until the Day Freedom Comes (Jiyû o te ni suru sono hi made)

Synopsis for Tomojirô Amano’s Until the Day Freedom Comes (Jiyû o te ni suru sono hi made): “24 years old. She works at a small hospital as a medical processor. She gets a mental illness from moral harassment at work, and comes to blame the society, and decides to exact revenge. Her purpose is to kill everyone of the people who was involved in the harassment and even her boyfriend who did not treat her seriously and who ended up cheat on her. She takes on spooky experimentation every night, taking an advantage of her knowledge of science from university… and she asks a revenge agency for their help. Witness the brutal crime driven with scientific knowledge!”

Chunks of Meat (Shibô no katamari)

Hanako is having nightmares about a blue bucket and red blood. What is the secret hidden in her nightmare?

Level 16

Level 16 is a dystopian thriller about a group of teen girls who are trapped in a mysterious and cruel boarding school that hides a dark secret.

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