‘Pearl’: Prequel to ‘X – The Mark of Death’ opens with 78% RT approval; Check out the reviews!
‘Pearl‘, pre-sequence of ‘X – The Mark of Death’ starring Mia Gothis soon to be released in theaters around the world – and is already being praised by international critics.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the feature opened with 78% approvalwith note 7/10 based on 9 reviews until the moment. As the review count is still low, the percentage is likely to change over the next few days.
Among the comments, experts praised the performance of Mia Gothwhich reprises the titular role, despite being said not to be as original as the predecessor film.
“‘Pearl’ ends up highlighting ‘X’ a bit by essentially chronicling the entire crackdown and events that drove Pearl mad. But not without its own problems.” – Collider.
“Maybe I shouldn’t have liked it so much. ‘Pearl’ how much I liked it: but it’s smart, agile, dark and brutally well acted. A gem” – The Guardian.
“It’s an impressive achievement of film art, but one that reveals nothing new” – IndieWire.
“A chilling portrait of yet another young woman lusting after a better life than the one she has, becoming a fun companion to be with. ‘X’” – THR.
“‘Pearl’ stands on its own, a fun ‘Imitation of Life’ full of internal references to horror classics” – Variety.
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The film will be released soon in Brazil.
The director Ti West claimed to be developing the script for the third film.
“I am very grateful to A24 for having had the opportunity to do this. One of the coolest parts of this movie is the notion that there’s something bigger behind it all. what can i say about [a pré-sequência] ‘Pearl’, which we’ve already filmed, is going to be focused on that character. We will find out more about her. It will have a very different aesthetic than ‘X’. They can be watched independently, but the two films complement each other in a specific way.”
He adds, “The horror ‘X’ is influenced by the independent films of the 70s, while ‘Pearl’ will address a very different era of cinema. If we get the chance to do the third movie, it will also be inspired by a different era.”
In 1979, a group of filmmakers travel to rural Texas to shoot an adult film, but their reclusive hostess catches them in the act and they soon have to desperately fight for their lives.
The cast has Brittany Snow (‘Death Invites You to Dance’), Mia Goth (‘Sigh’), Jenna Ortega (‘Panic’), Scott Mescudi (‘Don’t Look Up’), Martin Henderson (‘The call’), Owen Campbell (‘Dark Times’) and Stephen Ure (‘Mortal Engines’).
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