Disney+ has launched the official Parallels trailer for its forthcoming French sci-fi drama, which facilities round a gaggle of associates who all of the sudden get entangled in a time-traveling thriller the place three of them changed into their grownup variations. All six episodes are scheduled to make their debut on March 23.
The video, which you’ll try beneath, begins with 4 youngsters as their lives fully modified attributable to an unexplainable electrical phenomenon. What was purported to be a standard and enjoyable night time turns right into a complicated lacking individual case.
“We needed to inform a improbable story about youngsters, at an age if you depart innocence and the bonds of friendship are unfailing,” creator Quoc Dang Tran stated in a press release. “The particular results and the spectacular parts have been much less essential to us than the feelings and the intimacy – we have been completely heard by the Disney groups who accompanied us all through the venture with enthusiasm.”
Parallels is about to discover includes parallel worlds, temporal paradoxes, new love, household ties, and decisive selections. It stars Thomas Chomel (Clem), Omar Mebrouk (Les Invisibles), Jules Houplain (HPI), Jade Pedri (Ils étaient dix), Naidra Ayadi (Stillwater), Guillaume Labbé (The Hookup Plan), Gil Alma (César Wagner), Elise Diamant (Mensonges), Dimitri Storoge (La Révolution), Agnès Miguras (ASKIP), Maxime Bergeron (Fantasies), Victoria Eber (Past Appearances), and Timoté Rigault.
“It tells the story of 4 associates – Bilal, Romane, Samuel, and Victor – whose lives are turned the wrong way up when a mysterious occasion scatters the group into completely different timelines,” reads the synopsis. “The 4 youngsters will do all they will to know what has occurred and attempt to get again to the carefree innocence of their former lives.”
The thriller sequence is created and produced by Quoc Dang Tran by way of Daïmôn Movies. It’s co-written by Anastasia Heinzl and directed by Benjamin Rocher and Jean-Batiste Saurel. It’s produced by Empreinte digitale’s Raphaël Rocher and Eric Laroche.