‘The Guilty’ Trailer: Jake Gyllenhaal Thriller Is Netflix Big Release
Gyllenhaal is a 911 dispatch operator in Antoine Fuqua’s remake of Gustav Möller’s Danish hit from 2018. “The Guilty” trailer watch online on Netflix YouTube.
Netflix next movie ‘The Guilty’ brought director Antoine Fuqua, screenwriter Nic Pizzolatto, and star Jake Gyllenhaal together to create an English-language spin on Gustav Möller’s hit Danish thriller released back in 2018. Below, check out the effective, trailer for the film before “The Guilty” hits select theaters and Netflix on October 1.
‘The Guilty’ synopsis on Netflix reads, “The film takes place throughout a single morning in a 911 dispatch call center. Call operator Joe Baylor (Gyllenhaal) tries to save a caller in grave danger. But he soon discovers that nothing is as it seems, and facing the truth is the only way out.”
Gyllenhaal previously mentioned being a big fan of Möller’s film since it hit the festival circuit. Later, it went on to become Denmark’s Oscar submission for Best International Feature. Jake Gyllenhaal even served as a moderator during the film’s Q&As session. He ends up buying the remake rights.
The Guilty Will Stream On Netflix On October 1, 2021
The combination of Gyllenhaal — as well as a stacked cast, including Riley Keough, Ethan Hawke, Paul Dano, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Peter Sarsgaard, and Bill Burr — “Training Day” director Fuqua and “True Detective” writer Pizzolatto, should make this appointment viewing for action fans. Fuqua previously collaborated with Gyllenhaal for the boxing drama “Southpaw.”
The movie already premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Now it is heading to Netflix and theaters in a potential Oscar play.
Jake Gyllenhaal encouraged audiences to discover the mystery of “The Guilty” by calling a phone number. He created the mystery by providing the first heart-stopping phone call between 911 operator Joey Baylor and a cryptic woman named Emily.
Möller’s original centered on a disgraced police officer temporarily reassigned to work the Danish equivalent of 911, a gig he’s not too thrilled about and one that doesn’t seem to offer much in the way of hard-hitting action.
That is, of course, until a call comes in from a woman who claims to have been abducted by someone in a white van. What follows is thrilling and chilling on its terms, but as “The Guilty” keeps turning, twists and shocks abound, only adding to the film’s wild power.
“The Guilty” will release on Netflix on October 1, 2021.
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