Hot Skull, a new Turkish sci-fi thriller drama set in a dystopian world where an infection spreads through verbal contact, now has an official trailer on Netflix. Starting on December 2, you may stream the entire series. This sort of apocalyptic tale, which was adapted from a Turkish novel of the same name, features a great sci-fi idea that talking might spread a sickness by linking pathways in one person’s head. In a dystopian society where disease is communicated by verbal exchange, a totalitarian institution hunts out a linguist who is immune to the illness. The idea that fascist ideologies have been transformed into a physical sickness, causing the epidemic, and that some people wear headphones all day to prevent themselves from contracting it, sounds like a good modern observation.
Osman Sonant plays the lead role of a linguist who is being sought after by the brutal Anti-Epidemic Institution. Evket Oruh, Hazal Subaş, Tilbe Saran, Kubilay Tunçer, zgür Emre Yldrm, Gonca Vuslateri, and Zerrin Sümer are also included in the cast. I hope there are a few decent turns in it because it actually seems quite cool. I’m not sure where the plot is going or what it’s trying to express exactly, but it seems fairly cool. Look at this.
Based on the Afşin Kum novel Hot Skull, the film stars Osman Sonant as the reclusive former linguist named Murat Siyavus, who has taken refuge at his mother’s house and is the only person mysteriously immune to the disease. The world is shaken by an epidemic of madness that spreads through language and speech. Murat is forced to leave the safe zone and flee through the flames and rubble of Istanbul’s streets as he tries to discover the meaning of his “hot skull,” a permanent mark of the disease. The ruthless Anti-Epidemic Institution is after him.
Turkish director Mert Baykal, who previously directed the My Brother 1 and 2 movies as well as the series “The Magnificent Century,” “Muhtesem Yüzyil: Kösem,” and “Fi,” produced the show Hot Skull, which was initially known as Sicak Kafa. Including episodes that Mert Baykal and Umur Turagay directed. written by Zafer Külük, Gokhan Seker, M. Ferhan Sensoy, Baykal, and others. based on Afsin Kum’s book of the same name. produced by Timur Savci, Fatih Teksal, and Seyba Tuysuzoglu. On December 2, 2022, Netflix will launch the Hot Skull series, which will then broadcast on the service. Anyone with an interest?
The official Hot Skull trailer is provided below.