Last year we discovered the terrifying Polish slasher Nobody Sleeps In The Wood Tonight, released almost a year ago to the day on Netflix. Following the success of the feature movie, the streaming platform with the red logo has decided to put the cover back by ordering the continuation of Polish fiction.
And now it’s Nobody Sleeps In The Wood Tonight 2 to make its debut on the streaming giant. So what can we expect from this new horror fiction? We tell you everything we know about it in this article.
NOBODY SLEEPS IN THE WOOD TONIGHT 2: WHAT TO EXPECT FOR THIS SECOND FEATURE?
For those who missed Nobody Sleeps In The Wood Tonight last year, the drama followed a group of young people addicted to their smartphones, gathered in a summer camp to detoxify their addiction to technology. But these teenagers had to face a mortal danger that lurked in the forest after dark.
Nobody Sleeps In The Wood Tonight 2 is the sequel to the movie released almost a year ago to the day. But this time around, the story will center on Adas, a lonely and shy young policeman from the village of Podlasie.
The young man seeks his place in the world and among his colleagues who all too often ignore him. But the young man’s life will be completely turned upside down when a meteorite causes supernatural events.
We will find in this fiction Zosia Wolska present in the first part, which will show a completely new side of herself after the trauma she experienced in the summer camp. Unlike the first movie, the second part promises not to be clichés by overturning the rules of this cinematographic genre.
AT THE CASTING OF NOBODY SLEEPS IN THE WOOD TONIGHT 2
As the unhappy young policeman, we will find actor Mateusz Więcławek. The latter will be surrounded by other Polish actors such as Wojciech Mecwaldowski, Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz or Zofia Wichlacz.
WHAT RELEASE DATE FOR NOBODY SLEEPS IN THE WOOD TONIGHT 2
Polish fiction will be available exclusively on Netflix from this Wednesday, October 27, 2021. So are you ready to dive back into this bloody nightmare?