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Mute is a British film of genre Science fiction directed by Duncan Jones released in USA on 23 february 2018 with Alexander Skarsgård

Mute (2018)

Mute
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Released in USA 23 february 2018
Length 2h6
Directed by
Genres Science fiction,    Thriller,    Crime
Rating54% 2.7012252.7012252.7012252.7012252.701225

Mute ou Muet au Québec est un film de science-fiction germano-britannique coécrit et réalisé par Duncan Jones, sorti en 2018 en exclusivité sur Netflix.

Synopsis

À Berlin en 2052, le chaos règne entre immigrants et autochtones dans cette ville où l'Est affronte l'Ouest. Leo Beiler (Alexander Skarsgård), un barman muet, est enlevé alors qu'il affronte les truands de sa ville afin de retrouver une femme disparue qui est sa seule raison de vivre. Durant sa plongée dans les entrailles de la ville, deux étranges chirurgiens américains semblent être le seul fil rouge, et Leo ne sait pas s'il peut leur faire confiance.

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