'Into the Deep' Trailer Explained
'Into the Deep' Trailer Explained

On September 30, 2022, Netflix will release the film. On Friday, Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming film true crime documentary Into the Deep, which will be released on 30 September.

Nearly three years later, a work-in-progress cut of the film is finally about to be released. It was first premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. The project began as a chronicle of eccentric Danish inventor Peter Madsen’s life and work. Still, it evolved into something more sinister when Madsen was suspected, convicted, and subsequently imprisoned for murdering a journalist.

Madsen was a celebrity in Denmark. Madsen was well known for building three submarines. He was planning on constructing a space rocket.

The film was initially supposed to document the larger-than-life Madsen’s latest endeavor, which he had worked on with the science students. The movie Into the deep will also explore the betrayal that the students felt after Madsen was revealed by the students to have systematically planned and carried out the killing of the journalist named Kim Wall.

Sullivan actually shot footage of Madsen. Leading Wall into one of his submarines, which turned out to be the last time she was seen alive.

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The film “Into the deep” is produced by Mette Heide Roslyn Walker and directed by Emma Sullivan, with Cinematography by Cam Matheson Henrik Bohn Ipsen Lars Skree Emma Sullivan, and Edited by Joe Beshenkovsky.

Netflix’s Official Synopsis: Filmmaker Emma Sullivan was looking to profile eccentric inventor Peter Madsen and his homemade rocket for a documentary. Instead, she captures incriminating footage that helped convict him of the murder of journalist Kim Wall.

You can also Watch the film “Into the deep” on ROW8, Prime Video, Apple TV, VUDU, or Vudu Movie & TV Store on your Roku device.

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