Starring: Emilia Clarke, Marton Csokas, Caterina Murino, Remo Girone, Lisa Gastoni. Edward George Dring
Supernatural psychological thriller directed by Eric D. Howell set in an isolated castle in 1950s Tuscany and follows nurse Verena (Emilia Clarke), who is hired to help a boy, Jakob (Edward George Dring), who has fallen silent since his mother’s death. The more Verena observes Jakob the more she becomes convinced he has fallen under the spell of a powerful and otherworldly persona trapped in the villa’s stone walls, one that seems to be rapidly entwining with her own.
Best Quotes from Trailer:
[referring to Jakob’s mother; to Verena]
Lilia: We nursed her day and night, me and the boy.
Klaus: [to Verena] His mother, she died. My son has not spoken since.
Lilia: [to Verena] He saw terrible things. He heard terrible things.
Lilia: You’ve come to make the boy talk.
Verena: Just to help if I can.
Verena: Hello, Jakob. My name is Verena and I’m going to be staying here for a while. I promise I’m not like the others. I’m much worse.
Lilia: [to Verena] Give me your hands. They are strong, like hers.
Klaus: I assume it’s his mother he hears, who he thinks he hears. You don’t believe in such voices?
Verena: No, Signore, I do not.
Klaus: Jakob doesn’t want you here. He hasn’t shown it yet, but he will. Because as you saw last night he became a danger to himself and others.
Lilia: [to Verena] The boy is all that matters.
Verena: The voice is real.
Klaus: You’re mad.
Verena: I must leave.
Verena: She’s given me her illness.
Verena: I want to go now. Please.
Voice from the Stone is set to open in the US April 28, 2017.