Astrakan Film AB has now released a new, full trailer and a poster for the Alexandra Daddario starring film ‘Lost Girls & Love Hotels’, in addition to revealing a new release date for the film which will now arrive digitally and on-demand on September 18, 2020. Continue below to check out the new trailer and poster for the film now.
Below you can watch the new, full trailer for the film which is followed by the new Official Poster. You can also check out the full updated news release for the film and its new release date below both for more information!
“Alexandro Daddario delivers a career-best performance”
– Grant Hermanns, COMINGSOON.NET
Los Angeles, Calif. – [August 12, 2020] – Astrakan Film AB is proud to make available the full new trailer for LOST GIRLS & LOVE HOTELS from director William Olsson (An American Affair, Reliance), writer Catherine Hanrahan and producer Lauren Mann (Swiss Army Man), available Digitally and on Demand September 18. An intoxicating exploration of contemporary Tokyo’s duality, the film stars Alexandra Daddario (San Andreas, TV’s “True Detective”) and Takehiro Hira (The Fighter Pilot, The Floating Castle) and is an adaptation of Hanrahan’s 2006 novel of the same name.
LOST GIRLS & LOVE HOTELS tells the story of an American English teacher named Margaret (Alexandra Daddario) and her nightly pilgrimages through Tokyo’s glittering nightlife in an attempt to forget her painful past and discover new meaning in the arms of a mysterious Yakuza (Takehiro Hira) named Kazu. The provocative tale takes the viewer on a journey through the darkest alleyways of Japan, as their affair tears them apart and reshapes them across Tokyo’s landscape of dive bars, alleyways and three-hour love hotels. In addition to Daddario and Hira, the film also stars Carice van Houten (TV’s “Game of Thrones,” Valkyrie), Misuzu Kanno (37 Seconds, Vise) and Kate Easton (Where’d You Go, Bernadette, You Were Never Really Here).
Distribution Company: Astrakan Releasing
Theatrical/VOD Release Date: September 4, 2020
Written by: Catherine Hanrahan
Directed by: William Olsson
Starring: Alexandra Daddario, Takehiro Hira, Carice van Houten
Running Time: 97 mins
Rating: Rated R