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Tilda Swinton Is Frigid in New Trailer for Netflix Original Film 'Okja'

A story about the bond between man and animal.

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Tilda Swinton Is Frigid in New Trailer for Netflix Original Film 'Okja'

A story about the bond between man and animal.

Tilda Swinton plays a cold, corporate scientist in the trailer for Netflix‘s new original film, Okja, revealing a blunt platinum blonde bob for the role. The film follows a young girl who faces many obstacles as she tries to protect her large, other-wordly friend from the hands of an experimental science organization. Swinton opens the teaser boasting, “I took nature and science and I synthesized them.”

Swinton and Snowpiercer director Bong Joon Ho reunited on this project, filmed mostly in the woods of Seoul, South Korea. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Lily Collins and Paul Dano, this film is sure to be a visual treat.

Catch the teaser above and be sure to tune in on June 28 for the full feature. Also, check out our op-ed on the emergence of Korea’s “Hallyu-wood” in the global film arena.

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