MUBI has taken the U.K. rights to David Robert Mitchell’s “Under the Silver Lake,” which played in Cannes this year. The gushing administration will discharge the film dramatically.
Featuring Andrew Garfield and Riley Keough, “Under the Silver Lake” takes after Sam (Garfield), an upset 33-year-old who finds a strange lady, Sarah (Keough), swimming in his condo complex’s pool. When she vanishes, he leaves on a strange mission crosswise over Los Angeles to decipher the mystery behind her vanishing. “David Robert Mitchell has made a trippy L.A. noir, immediately tempting and bewildering,” Variety said in its audit.
The U.K. bargain was struck among MUBI and MadRiver Pictures. The film will have a 2019 discharge.
MUBI has procured dramatic rights to a few pictures as of late, including Luca Guadagnino’s rich “Suspiria” change and Gus Van Sant’s “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.” Other ongoing acquisitions incorporate Jean-Luc Godard’s “The Image Book.”
“We are to a great degree eager to present to ‘Under the Silver Lake’ to U.K. gatherings of people,” said Bobby Allen, SVP at MUBI. “We are monstrous fanatics of David’s work and this new film channels the soul of exemplary neo-noirs, for example, ‘The Long Goodbye’ and ‘Mulholland Drive’ with an alluring air the majority of its own.”