A new poster for Vasilis Katsoupis’ Inside has been released before its March 17 theatrical release. The poster, shared by Rotten Tomatoes via DiscussingFilm, features a distressed Willem Dafoe as his character Nemo is depicted in a painting. The image ties into the film’s plot, where Nemo is sent to steal art from a penthouse but is thwarted by security measures, leaving him trapped and desperate for help.
The time it will take for someone to locate Nemo is uncertain after his team left him behind when the heist failed. The story revolves around Nemo’s struggle with extreme isolation and how he copes with being imprisoned without any human interaction. With the plot heavily character-driven, Willem Dafoe’s performance takes center stage, giving him the freedom to deliver his desired performance.
At this year’s Berlin International Film Festival, Inside premiered for the first time. The movie was filmed during the summer of 2021 and offers a compelling portrayal of the human mind in extreme isolation. Willem Dafoe’s performance in the film showcases his dedication to developing himself as an artist. The movie, directed by Vasilis Katsoupis, tells a complex story of resourcefulness and survival, and it promises to push Dafoe to his limits.
Willem Dafoe’s upcoming film project is “Nosferatu.”
Willem Dafoe is set to star in Robert Egger’s remake of the classic silent film, Nosferatu, after portraying the character of Nemo in the upcoming movie. Eggers will add his unique touch to the story of the vampire who becomes fixated on a teenager, invading her nightmares. Dafoe and Eggers have previously worked together on The Lighthouse and The Northman.