While “Stoker” earned its fair share of admirers at the Sundance Film Festival last month, our own man on the ground was less impressed — he called it “overwrought and tonally poisoned.” You’ll soon be able judge for yourself as Park Chan-wook’s English-language directorial debut is set to open in limited release this weekend. Some brand new images and a brand new clip have appeared from the film, and now you’ll also be able to listen to composer Clint Mansell‘s entire score.
Vulture has unveiled a sequence that focuses on Nicole Kidman’s flirtatious dancing with her dead husband’s brother, Matthew Goode, while her daughter Mia Wasikowska looks on. It’s another taste of the unique tone the picture is bringing, which is aided by Mansell’s work on the soundtrack. Though the score is not featured in this scene, no matter, as you can get 50+ minutes worth below courtesy of BlackBook.
Finally, Fox Searchlight has released five new high-resolution stills from “Stoker” that feature, among other things, Wasikowska hanging out in tall grass and a look at Dermot Mulroney and Jacki Weaver in the film. Check out the images and clip below. And see “Stoker” as it rolls out in limited release on Friday.