A24 pulls Saint Maud from scheduled release
A few weeks ahead of the highly-anticipated psychological horror’s wide release, A24 has chosen to indefinitely delay the theatrical debut of Saint Maud amidst global theater shutdowns, according to Bloody Disgusting.
Saint Maud is written and directed by Rose Glass in her feature directorial debut with Andrea Cornwell and Oliver Kassman serving as producers and was set to hit theaters in the US on April 3 and the UK on May 1, but amidst global pandemic concerns is now left undated. It made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in September to rave reviews, currently maintaining a 93% approval rating form critics on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes.
Saint Maud is a chilling and boldly original vision of faith, madness, and salvation in a fallen world. Maud, a newly devout hospice nurse, becomes obsessed with saving her dying patient’s soul — but sinister forces, and her own sinful past, threaten to put an end to her holy calling.
The film stars Morfydd Clark as Maud, Jennifer Ehle (The King’s Speech, Zero Dark Thirty) as Amanda, Lily Knight as Joy, Lily Frazer as Carol, Turlough Convery as Christian, Rosie Sansom as Ester, Marcus Hutton as Richard, Carl Prekopp as Pat and Noa Bodner as Hilary.
The psychological horror-thriller joins a growing list of titles being delayed indefinitely by various studios amidst the global pandemic concern, with the genre seeing the unfortunate delays of highly-anticipated A Quiet Place Part II, the Keri Russell-led Antlers and James Wan’s return to the director’s chair in the genre Malignant.
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