In Disorder, a.k.a Maryland, Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts is a highly capable bodyguard sufferring from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Diane Kruger is the wife of a wealthy but absent Lebanese businessman. If you try just a little, I could be wrong but you can probably guess how the story is likely to unfold…
My thoughts about the trailer include words like dangerous,sexy, thriller, Matthias Schoenaerts, etc., etc.
All that remains is for the movie to be as good as the trailer hints. Disorder is subtitled but if you want to see Schoenaerts in English speaking roles, try The Drop (2014) and The Danish Girl (2015). He’s wonderful in both.
Written and directed by Alice Winocour, the cast also features Paul Hamy and Victor Pontecorvo.
Disorder (Maryland) Release Dates: March 25th, 2016 (UK); August 19th, 2016 (US)…
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5 thoughts on “DISORDER (2015): New Trailer Starring Matthias Schoenaerts & Diane Kruger”
this movie is identical with one with some black actor being the bodyguard (denzel washington i think), very boring and old scenario
Thanks for the info. I’m going to have to look up the movie you’re talking about. If Denzel is the star then I have to watch it because he’s great. I’m guessing you’re not referring to The Equalizer (2014)?
Disorder interests me mostly because Matthias Schoenearts is a great actor.
yes! that’s it. Personally i dislike movies especially american ones because the plot is usually linear, like good guy vs bad guy, the ending predictable and there is always an annoying moral lesson. My personal favorite director is Shion Sono, don’t know if you know him, if you don’t check trailers on youtube.
I definitely hear you about the formulaic structure of so many Hollywood movies because it does become so very tedious.
As for the moral lessons, it depends on the delivery for me. If done well it can be great and not only that, whatever a films positive message may be, it could be exactly what someone watching needed to know to help them with their life journey. It probably sounds corny but part of what I love about movies and storytelling generally is the way they can help the viewer to think about things in ways they may not have considered and as a result they learn more about themselves.
I just looked up Shion Sono and I may have to check out Love Exposure (2008). I like a peaceful sleep far too much to watch his scary looking stuff. 🙂
Love exposure is my favorite. Well if you look about different ways of thinking, feel free to drop by my blog we serve absinthe and some real stories