Kids who kill are a terrifying phenomenon that has been explored in moviedom for a very long time. The idea that innocence had never appeared for folk who went straight into murder is perplexing.
The issue is explored in this French thriller Fever.
Based on the Leopold and Loeb true-life crime, the film revolves around two young students who kill a woman they just met. However, because they had no motive, they seemingly get away with the crime. But morally? Morally they start to suffer the consequences in different dramatic ways.
Fever is set to look at the intricacies of murderous folk and how incidences can unravel them. The stunning trailer is gifted with a reserved nature that makes the plot a little bit more chilling. Directed by Raphael Neal, this could be a superb thriller.
FEVER IS OUT ON DVD AND BLU-RAY NOW!