Wander Darkly Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Wander Darkly is a drama and thriller film. The director of the film is Tara Miele.
Sienna Miller as Adrienne
Diego Luna as Matteo
Beth Grant as Patty Healy
Aimee Carrero as Shea
Tory Kittles as Liam
Vanessa Bayer as Maggie
In Wander Darkly, a traumatic accident leaves a couple, Adrienne (Sienna Miller) and Matteo (Diego Luna), in a surreal state of being that takes them on a disorienting journey through the duality of their shared moments. By reliving fond recollections from the beginning of their romance while also navigating the overwhelming truths of their present, they must rediscover the love that truly binds them together. Writer-director Tara Miele offers a profound new perspective on the delicate nature of relationships with this emotionally moving story about a couple who must reflect on their past in order to face their uncertain future.
Statement by Director Tara Miele
WANDER DARKLY is about one couple’s journey of love, life, and loss – about how we protect ourselves from painful truths and how we make meaning of our fragile lives. The mind is an amazing thing. My own journey to this film began several years ago, starting with a scary experience that my husband and I shared in 2013 that left me feeling overwhelmed with a profound sense of gratitude for the delicate, imperfect lives we were living. In the wake of serious trauma, what clung to me in the months that followed was, “Thank you.” It was an extraordinary feeling and I was desperate to share it.
Wander Darkly is premiering on Digital and On Demand on December 11th, 2020.
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