Entertainment21 June 2022
Today Netflix debuts the trailer and announces the global launch date for Loving Adults, a Danish Netflix feature film. The thriller is directed by the acclaimed director Barbara Rothenborg and stars award nominated Dar Salim and Sonja Ricther. Global release on Netflix August 26 2022.
Loving Adults is a psychological thriller filled with twists and turns, and where nothing is what it seems to be. It appears that Christian (Dar Salim) and Leonora (Sonja Richter) have it all. They are living the perfect life with their son, who’s just been declared healthy after a long-term severe illness. Their future finally seems bright, but at a party at Christian’s entrepreneur company, Leonora sees her husband with a younger woman, the architect Xenia (Sus Wilkins). Leonora realises that Christian might leave her. How could he? How could he leave the woman who has sacrificed her career? The woman who has sacrificed everything to take care of their son and their family? On the spot Leonora makes a decision: She refuses to be the woman who got left behind - by all means necessary.
About Loving Adults
The Danish language feature film is based on the novel Kærlighed for Voksne by Anna Ekberg and is directed by Barbara Rothenborg and produced by Marcella Dichmann for SF Studios. Loving Adults is set to launch globally on Netflix August 26 2022.
Dar Salim (Black Crab, Borgen, Game of Thrones), Sonja Richter (Open Hearts, The Bridge, Department Q: The Keeper of Lost Causes), Sus Wilkins (Perfect Places, Below the Surface), Mikael Birkkjær (Borgen, The Killing), Lars Ranthe (Another Round, The Chestnut Man), Morten Burian (Speak No Evil, Ride Upon the Storm, Follow The Money), Benjamin Kitter (A Fortunate Man), Karoline Hamm (Equinox) and Natalï Vallespir Sand (The Protectors).
About SF Studios
SF Studios, established in 1919, is one of the world’s oldest film companies. Today SF Studios is the leading film studio in the Nordic region with its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden and offices in Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki and London. The company is producing and distributing feature films and TV series as well as providing the streaming service SF Anytime. SF Studios is part of the leading Nordic media company Bonnier.
Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with 222 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries, feature films and mobile games across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any Internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments.
Christina Haugaard Siim