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Under the Seine: Stephen King gives his opinion on the Netflix film

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun16,2024

Released a few days ago,Sous la Seine continues to make waves. While the film alarms scientists, the master of horror Stephen King has given his opinion.

Under the Seine: Stephen King gives his opinion on the Netflix film

Stephen King defends Under the Seine

The release ofUnder the Seinecouldn't be more timely. As France prepares to move forward, host the Olympic Games – we tend to forget it with these stories of dissolution of the National Assembly! – and that tests must take place in the Seine, Netflix has distributed with fanfare his latest horror feature film.

Directed by by Xavier Gens, àgrave; which we owe, among other things, the filmHitman, three episodes of the excellent British seriesGangs of London and three episodes of season 3 of Lupin, the film tells the story of Sophia, a brilliant scientist played by Bérénice Bejo ( OSS 117, The Artist), alerted to the presence of a large shark in the depths of the river

Under the Seine: Stephen King gives his opinion on the Netflix film

Sous la Seinewas sulked both by the public and by the critics, who did not “mess up” his words to destroy the feature film. Considered like a fool, the film by Xavier Gens wasé notably criticized for its failed special effects and poverty. of his dialogues.However, despite the bad feedback, the French filmmaker intends to make a sequel, and is already teasing one. a second part.

It would seem, however, that Stephen King, the master of contemporary horror, is less harsh with the film than the French critics and public. Indeed, the author ofThe Shining and ofÇa did not hesitate to à give your opinion on the Netflix film on its page X(formerly Twitter).

I thought UNDER PARIS would be a jokey movie, like SHARKNADO, but Twitter convinced me to give it a watch, and it's really quite good. The last 25 minutes were amazing.

June 12, 2024

I thoughtUnder the Seine would be a funny film ;le, likeSharknado, but Twitter convinced me to watch it, and it was really good. The last 25 minutes were incredible.

Here we go! therefore a different opinion, in which several spectators will undoubtedly recognize themselves. It is true that many tweeters have praised the idea. the tense climax of the film. And you, do you share Stephen King's opinion? AboutSous la Seine? Tell us in the comments area. And to find out whySous la Seine is going to make Netflix history, click here.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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