Exclusive Little Deaths Trailer Previews Arthouse Romance Drama

June 11, 2024 - Movies

ComingSoon is excited to debut the Little Deaths trailer for Entertainment Squad‘s upcoming arthouse romance drama that is written and directed by Brian Follmer. The movie will be released on video-on-demand and digital in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom on July 2, 2024.

“Little Deaths follows a young American couple who, after a mishandled pandemic sparks political revolution, escape to a remote jungle village,” the film’s description reads. “As the threat of a deadly illness looms, their tepid romance is reawakened by a vow to seek ultimate pleasure before taking their fate into their own hands.”

Filmed in Yucután, Mexico, Little Deaths stars Kerri Lee Romeo (Inside the Rain) and Adam Leotta (Out of Sight, Out of Mind). Romeo and Leotta also serve as producers on the film alongside Follmer and Nicole Alibayof.

Check out the Little Deaths trailer below (watch more trailers):

What did creatives say about Little Deaths?

“Little Deaths captures the raw emotion and resilience of the human spirit, offering a timely reflection on love and survival in our ever-changing world,” said Entertainment Squad CEO Shaked Berenson.

“I fell in love with the Mexican Yucatan – from the vibrant architecture of Merida to the sleepy coastal towns and natural wonders like cenotes [underground lakes created by the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs] to the people who opened their homes and villages to us,” Romeo said of the movie. “I think we captured on film a lot of what makes the region so magical.”

Leotta added, “When Brian [Follmer] first approached me about making Little Deaths he showed me this dark and untamed script about modern romance under the strain of plague and social turmoil – which became even more relevant because of the Covid pandemic. I knew we had to make this movie.” 

Alibayof noted, “Little Deaths flirts with a subgenre that has been dead since the 90s; the erotic thriller. It nails the distinct flavor of confusion so obviously apparent in today’s youth and leaves us with an unmistakable sense of what-the-heck-was-that? All the ingredients of what could become a cult classic.”

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