Birth/Rebirth: Potential cast, plot, release date and all the details
Birth/Rebirth is an American psychological horror film directed by Laura Moss and written by Moss and Brendan O’Brien that was released in 2023. Marin Ireland, Judy Reyes, A.J. Lister, Breeda Wool, and LaChanze feature in the film, which is based on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Production began in late 2022, and the film premiered on January 20, 2023, at the Sundance Film Festival. IFC Films and the streaming service Shudder plan to distribute it in restricted theaters on August 18, 2023.
Following is everything we know about Birth/Rebirth. Make sure to keep reading.
For all that we know, the network is yet to update about the cast of this upcoming film which is why we cannot provide you the exact list of the entire cast members. As per the reports, following is the potential cast of Birth/Rebirth.
- Marin Ireland as Rose
- Judy Reyes as Celie
- A.J. Lister as Lila
- Breeda Wool
- Monique Gabriela Curnen
- Rina Mejia
- Grant Harrison
Furthermore, it is possible that there could be an addition to the above mentioned cast of the series.
Birth/Rebirth: Official Synopsis
“Rose, a pathologist, prefers her work rather than engaging in social interactions and has a profound fixation on bringing the dead back to life. Celie, a maternity nurse, has centered her life around her lively and talkative six-year-old daughter, Lila. However, their lives collide tragically one night when Lila unexpectedly dies. Together, they must confront their deepest fears and grapple with the lengths they are willing to go in order protect their loved ones.”
Birth/Rebirth: Release Date
Birth/Rebirth had its global premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2023, and now the horror film will get a limited theatrical release by IFC on August 18, 2023, with simultaneous streaming release on Shudder.
Birth/Rebirth: Official Trailer
Birth/Rebirth’s official trailer was just made available by IFC, and it is not for the timid. The movie is not at all like your typical horror movies with ghosts or otherworldly creatures. Instead, as the movie’s trailer demonstrates, it examines the dark corners of the human psyche as well as the consequences of that psyche, which ultimately lead to the dreaded reawakening of the dead. In other words, even if the movie doesn’t feature a lot of horrifying scenes or people, the ideas and the atmosphere could still make you shiver and make your skin crawl.