Residing with your self could be one of the vital tough issues to do on this world. However on the planet of Twin, killing your self could be fairly difficult too, particularly in case your different self can struggle again. That’s the dilemma confronted by Sarah, as portrayed by Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Karen Gillan. Within the first trailer for Twin, Sarah prepares for her imminent demise by permitting herself to be cloned. She does this to let her household and associates proceed to have some a part of Sarah of their lives after she succumbs to a terminal sickness. The issue is that Sarah lives, and her clone isn’t going anyplace.
Within the trailer, clone Sarah appears to be fairly adept at ingratiating herself into Sarah’s life, a lot to the annoyance of the unique Sarah. Sharing a life along with her alternate self simply isn’t an choice, and each variations of Sarah have been ordered to struggle to the demise. And will one of the best lady win.
Now, it must be apparent from the trailer that this a satire, despite the fact that the stakes are very actual for Sarah. That’s why she reaches out to Trent, a self-defense instructor in whom she locations her belief. Sarah has one 12 months to turn into a fighter and somebody who’s prepared to kill. Within the interim, clone Sarah seems to be stalking her different self. And but neither model of Sarah can precisely be referred to as “evil.” They could be egocentric, however they’re nonetheless human.
Aaron Paul co-stars within the movie as Trent, with Theo James as Robert Michaels, Beulah Koale as Peter, Maija Paunio as Sarah’s Mom, Sanna-June Hyde as Physician, Andrei Alén as Facility Tech, and Kris Gummerus as To.
Twin was written and directed by Riley Stearns, a filmmaker who’s finest identified for helming Faults and The Artwork of Self-Protection. RLJE Movies will launch Twin in theaters on April 15.