The trailer of Steven Soderbergh’s sci-fi thriller film KIMI has been released. The trailer of the film is present here to provide us the first look at agoraphobic in a world ruled by technology. It seems that if the plot is not that much enough for putting the film onto the radar, KIMI features Zoe Kravitz in the lead role and also has been added another good reason for catching it up while it drops on HBO Max in the next month.
The latest trailer also presents the terrible KIMI who is a voice-activated digital assistant that can provide some help for the groceries and also has been searching for such information on the internet and also has been fixing the appointments with the therapist. KIMI also records every sound and image based on the home and also has been turning the company that has been generating the device into a powerful player in the lives of the world.
It is mainly into such a brave new world that the protagonist Kravitz’s with an audio stream interpreter that has been uncovered the recording that sounds suspiciously like murder. In the order for solving the crime, Kravitz’s character must be left her own home and also visit the company of KIMI with such hopes that they will do something with such proof that she just will be found. It is very unfortunate that her mission will come into danger like the owners of KIMI that seem to be willing for doing anything for keeping the secret of how invasive the technology really is.
KIMI is the third collaboration of Soderbergh with HBO Max after just signing the entire deal with the streaming platform. In 2020, the streamer has been dropped Let Them All Talk featuring Meryl Streep and Lucas Hedge, in the last year Soderbergh has been termed with Men in Black writer Ed Solomon for such thriller No Sudden Moves featuring Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, and also have David Harbour.
The cast contains Byron Bowers, Jaime Camil, Erika Christensen, Derek DelGaudio, Robin Givens, Charles Halford, Devin Retray, Jacob Vargas, and Rita Wilson. This movie was written by Jurassic Park can scribe David Koepp who has been produced along with Soderbergh’s frequent collaborator Michael Polaire.
KIMI: Release Date
KIMI will arrive exclusively on HBO Max on 10th February 2022
Here is the trailer:
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