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Spree

(Rated MA15+)

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With filmed introduction by director Eugene Kotlyarenko

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Overview

A Travis Bickle for the social media age, L.A. rideshare driver Kurt Kunkle (Joe Keery, Stranger Things) is desperate for online infamy, and has a killer plan to go viral. Equipping his car with cameras, he embarks on #TheLesson: a livestreamed killing spree highly unlikely to score him a 5-star driver rating. As the follower count on @KurtsWorld96 rises and his antics become increasingly unhinged, an Insta-famous comedian (Sasheer Zamata, Saturday Night Live) emerges as the only hope to put an end to his murderous rampage. Equal parts dark satire and no-holds-barred gorefest, director Eugene Kotlyarenko’s Sundance-selected Spree is a wildly enjoyable and blackly funny work of genre mastery that’s hardwired into the digital era.

Official Selection
— Sundance Film Festival 2020
“Cynical and brilliant... simply a blast to behold”
— IndieWire
“Only a madman like Eugene Kotlyarenko could have made the bloody, brilliant social media satire that is Spree
— RogerEbert.com
“Keery nails the sweaty desperation of a wannabe influencer, delivering a performance that's like Rupert Pupkin meets Logan Paul”
— Thrillist

Why You Should See This Film

A mind-boggling amount of work went into crafting the social media-embedded universe of Spree. As @KurtsWorld96’s livestream unfolds, hordes of comments pop up on-screen: a grand total of 7,000 of them. And director Eugene Kotlyarenko wrote every single one of them. Expanding on the themes of his prior films (0s & 1s, Wobble Palace) which also held a mirror to our digital selves, it’s thrilling to see Kotlyarenko take things to another level with Spree. And did we mention the Mischa Barton cameo?

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  • Year: 2020
  • Rating: MA15+
  • Director: Eugene Kotlyarenko
  • Cast: Joe Keery, David Arquette, Kyle Mooney, Sasheer Zamata, Mischa Barton
  • Duration: 93 minutes
  • Language: English

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