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NEST

by Mattia Temponi

synopsis

One shelter, two strangers and a zombie virus raging outside. These are the key elements of NEST, a psychological horror starring esteemed Argentinian actor Luciano Cáceres (The Son, Estocolmo) and Italian actress Blu Yoshimi (Quiet Chaos), a film that builds its claustrophobic plot up to an ending where things are not what they seem. Sara and Ivan. An eighteen-year-old girl from an upper class family and a middle aged volunteer locked inside a shelter together during a quarantine while outside a viral outbreak turns people into savage, irrational beasts. Apparently, in the safest place on earth, they will soon have to face an even worse danger: the girl is infected and she’s slowly transforming. Now what? Kill her? Save her? And how will they survive if there’s no way to escape?

international title: Nest
original title: El Nido
country: Italy, Argentina
sales agent: Film Factory Entertainment
year: 2021
genre: fiction
directed by: Mattia Temponi
screenplay: Mattia Temponi, Gabriele Gallo
cast: Luciano Cáceres, Blu Yoshimi
cinematography by: Stefano Paradiso
film editing: Marco Guelfi
art director: Giada Calabria
costumes designer: Francesca Leondeff
music: Julián Vat
producer: Rosanna Seregni, Sandro Frezza, Juan Crespo
production: Alba Produzioni, 3C Films Group (AR)
backing: Direzione generale Cinema e audiovisivo del Ministero della Cultura DGCA-MIC (MiBACT)
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