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'Colonia' Movie Updates: First official trailer released; Emma Watson fights for love and captivity

September 15
8:13 AM 2015

On Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival, 20th Century Fox and Majestic Filmproduktion have released the first official trailer for "Colonia". The first trailer is breath-taking and captivating, with the fact that the film is influenced by true historical events.

Last Monday, Emma Watson also shared the first trailer for her upcoming film "Colonia" on her official Facebook account having hundreds of thousand views. In the first trailer for the film, Watson portrays the role of Lena, a young woman who penetrates a cult in order to set free her lover. "I joined up to find you," she whispers to Daniel (Daniel Brühl) in the trailer.

Screenrush reported that director Florian Gallenberger has graphically fulfilled and vigorously probed the film which features romance, political drama, and a thriller movie. With Emma Watson's enthusiast and remarkable central performance, it has a great impact in bringing out the dynamics in every sequence of the story. "Colonia" is an eventful struggle of love and incarceration based on true events during the Chillean coup in 1973.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the filmmakers used English as the main language which made the task difficult not to mention that everyone uses either Spanish or German. It was also mentioned in the article that Watson and Bruhl did what they can regardless of the fact that they were bounded with flat dialogues. The film also turned down to provide certain contexts of explanations in the opening and ending title cards. Obviously, the movie spoke off language barrier.

Starring Emma Watson and Daniel Bruhl as two English-speaking German couple captured in Chile just when Augusto Pinochet established his dangerous and brutal military coup in 1973. Eventually, they will infiltrate in a murderous cult's place from which they seemed to hardly escape.

Emma Watson has the aptitude for portraying women who stand up for their rights and for what they believe  in. And, her character role in her new film, "Colonia", will be a lot similar.

The film has not announced for a release date in the US, however, it was mentioned that the movie is waiting for its Germany release in January 2016.

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