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Antlers is a american film of genre Fantastic directed by Scott Cooper released in USA on 19 february 2021 with Keri Russell

Antlers (2021)

Antlers
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Released in USA 19 february 2021
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OriginUSA
Genres Fantastic,    Horror

Affamés (Antlers) est un film d'horreur fantastique américain réalisé par Scott Cooper, dont la sortie est prévue en 2020.

Synopsis

Julia, institutrice, va découvrir qu'un de ses élèves est victime de son père et de son frère qui cultivent un secret surnaturel aux conséquences terrifiantes.

Actors

Keri Russell

(Julia Meadows)
Jesse Plemons

(Paul Meadows)
Graham Greene

(Warren Stokes)
Scott Haze

(Frank Weaver)
Rory Cochrane

(Dan Lecroy)
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