With Mans Marlind & Bjorn Stein’s Shelter getting released in the UK on April 9, we’ve been provided with 8 clips from the film that stars Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. The premise is Julianne Moore plays a Dr. that doesn’t believe in multiple personality disorders and Jonathan Rhys Meyers plays someone who has them. The more she works with Rhys Meyers, the more she questions her beliefs and I’m sure it’s a guessing game as to whether or not he’s faking it.
With no scheduled release date in America, you have to wonder about the film…but I’m a fan of Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers, so I hoping it’s good. Hit the jump to watch 8 clips from the film and I’ve also provided the full synopsis:
Dr. Cara Jessup has made a career out of defying the notion of multiple personality disorders. In the courtroom, her views and testimonies as an expert witness against multiple personality disorders have resulted in the death sentence of more than half a dozen murderers. Cara is devoted to science, but even her husband’s horrific murder did not cause Cara to lose her faith in God. Not so for her young daughter Samantha, a committed unbeliever.
After a particularly troubling court case, Cara’s father Dr. Harding introduces her to his new patient – Adam. The more she unearths about Adam, the more her life and those closest to her are endangered. As she explores Adam’s past, Cara’s world begins to fall apart and she is forced to question her strong beliefs in science and in God. Racing against the clock to solve the mystery surrounding Adam, Cara must not lose faith or it could have grave consequences for her and her family.
Starring: Julianne Moore, Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Directed by: Mans Marlind & Bjorn Stein
Written by: Michael Cooney
Produced by: Darlene Caamano, Emilio Diez Barroso, Neal Edelstein, Mike Macari
Running time: 112 minutes
As always, are the clips are in the player below. Once you push play you might have to watch a pre-roll ad and then all the clips will play in order. Sorry about the pre-roll, it pays for the bandwidth.