‘Berlin Syndrome’ to release in India on July 28

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Psychological thriller Berlin Syndrome, from Australian writer-director Cate Shortland, starring Teresa Palmer, is slated to hit Indian screens on July 28.
Essentially very dark and explores obsession and loneliness.
Based on Melanie Joosten's book Berlin Syndrome, Shortland's film was written by Shaun Grant, who co-wrote Justin Kurzel's Snowtown. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbq44I_nSRg Berlin Syndrome is a cautionary tale about love and the desperate measures people go to get and keep. It is essentially a very dark love story that explores obsession and the loneliness that can be found both in a foreign city full of strangers and in an apartment shared by two people. Talking about the India release, producer and director Ashwani Sharma said, “The Indian audience now has an appetite for a wider variety of films. While we have western blockbusters and studio-led films, indie too is creating its space gradually.” The title of the film has reference to the term Stockholm Syndrome, a condition that causes hostages to develop psychological alliance with their captors during captivity.
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