Intruders, a Spanish drama film, is set for release in the United States this month on March 30th for a limited audience. Created by the Spanish duo Nicolás Casariego and Jaime Marques, the film parallels two stories of equally grim quality countries apart for each other.
Following similar story lines as the popular film Insidious, the movie focuses around two children as they focus with a chillingly real problem; the unknown. These two children have more in common that what they realize, but are separated by miles.
Each living in different countries (one in Spain while the other girl is in Britain) the two face unexpected visits by a faceless man in the dead of night, trying to take them away. As people around the town start to investigate, things get dark quickly as the men become more involved in the children’s lifes.
Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Intruders features a slew of accomplished actors including Clive Owen, Kerry Fox, Carice van Houten and Daniel Brühl as the main characters in the film. Shoot in London, Madrid and Segovia, the film has an international appeal that highlights the differences and similarities between two very different people and countries.