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FilmSharks drops the trailer of Gustavo Hernandez’s ‘Lobo Feroze’

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“Lobo Feroz” (“Heroes Wolves”), the Spanish-language remake of Uruguayan Gustavo Hernandez’s Israeli revenge thriller “Big Bad Wolves,” is launching its trailer exclusively. diversityAhead of its January 27 release in Spanish theaters via Philmax.

The mordant revenge thriller follows a detective as he tracks down a suspected child killer, a former religious studies teacher who was arrested for the crime, but later released due to a clerical error. The detective finally teams up with the mother of the latest victim to bring justice the law seems unable to deliver.

The trailer opens with the detective slamming the suspect’s head against a pool table as he draws parallels with the “Little Red Riding Hood” fairy tale about the little girl who goes into the woods alone and comes across the big bad wolf.

Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado’s original “Big Bad Wolves” was hailed by Quentin Tarantino as the best of the year in 2013 when it played in Tribeca, Fantasia, Sitges and Busan.

The rights to the remake were negotiated by producers Abraham Pirchi and United Channel Movies’ Chilic Micheli with Argentina’s FilmSharks CEO Guido Rude and Mother Superior.

“We are delighted to finally launch the international trailer for ‘Lobo Feroze,'” Rudd said, citing delays caused by the pandemic.

Hernandez, best known for his cult film “The Silent House” (“La Casa Muda”), a haunted-house thriller that was shot and remade in real-time in the United States, said when announcing the remake: “My intention Hall sets itself apart from the original film by conveying the theme through an agile, raw and visceral thriller, asking the public to question moral decisions and the heroes taking responsibility and consequences for their actions.”

He added: “The ambition I have for ‘Lobo Feroze’ comes out of the context of my region and allows me as a citizen, father and filmmaker to create a catharsis about injustice.”

Javier Gutierrez (“Campiones”), Adriana Ugarte (“Juliata”), Ruben Ochandiano (“Undercover)” and Juana Acosta (“El Innocente”) lead the cast of Hernandez’s fifth feature.

Santiago Segura and María Luisa Gutierrez’s Madrid-based production label, Bofinger and Amiguetes, produced the remake with Uruguay’s Mother Superior, Hernández and Ignacio Kuković banners.

Courtesy of Filmshark

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