Don’t Breathe 2, the second movie to the film of the same name has been an anticipated movie. The 2016 film was horror and thriller highest-grossing film, after almost 5 years we will see the same dangerous character.
Don’t Breathe showed a trio of robbers who plan to rob a blind guy it to be a simple robbery, however, the blind guy proves to be a tough person to steal from, making their decision horribly wrong. The film mostly had positive reviews. Some spoilers ahead for the first film.
The movie showed the blind guy to be extremely dangerous with his ability to attack by sound and precision turning the robbers into victims who suffer quite a lot. With the character returning more of it can be expected.
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The movie finished the shooting last year and also released an official synopsis for the upcoming sequel. It is the following:
The Blind Man has been hiding out for several years in an isolated cabin and has taken in and raised a young girl orphaned from a devastating house fire. Their quiet life together is shattered when a group of criminals kidnap the girl, forcing the Blind Man to leave his safe haven to save her.
The character’s story is explained in the film about how he lost his daughter and his attempt to get a child by impregnating the girl and keeping her locked in the house, who was responsible for the previously mentioned character’s death.
The film will be taking place after the events of the first film possibly some years later. The ending tells that the blind guy is claimed as a victim and no trace of any other thing is found. It is simply written of as a break in or invasion. So is the man now a good guy or will there be another sinister reveal behind his helpless front. That would only be found out after watching the movie.
As the first film, the sequel is also set to get an official R rating for the violence, gory and bloody scenes. Therefore, the movie is likely to keep up on the same level as the previous hit movie. The official release date has been announced as 13th August this year.
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