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eOne Shares Official Trailer for NZ Film 'Human Traces'

eOne are pleased to share the official trailer for NZ film HUMAN TRACES.

View the official trailer here:

Human Traces is an atmospheric Kiwi thriller shot on location against the rugged backdrop of the Canterbury and Otago coasts. The film is Directed by Nic Gorman and stars Sophie Henderson, Mark Mitchinson, Vinnie Bennett and Sara Wiseman.

About the film: Husband and wife scientist team Glenn (40s), and Sarah (27) study the effects of removing the ‘pests’ from Perseverance, a rocky island deep in the Southern Ocean. The arrival of ‘Pete’, the mysterious new caretaker for the island, causes upheaval in their marriage, and when Sarah discovers she is pregnant, and that they’re trapped on the island with no contact to the outside world, desperation kicks in with the pitiless winter coming ever closer.

NZ Rating: M Violence, offensive language & drug use.

HUMAN TRACES screens as part of the New Zealand International Film Festival (premiering August 4th in Christchurch) and will return for a general release in NZ cinemas 2017.


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