"His House" is a 2020 horror thriller film directed by Remi Weekes.
The starring cast includes Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu, Matt Smith, Javier Botet, Emily Taaffe, Cornell John, Malaika Wakoli-Abigaba, Yvonne Campbell, Vivienne Soan, Lola May and others.
Here are "His House" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Netflix on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 released the trailer for "His House" you can watch here:
HIS HOUSE | Official Trailer | Netflix.
Here is a short review of "His House" movie plot summary.
Bol (Sope Dirisu) and Rial (Wunmi Mosaku) are refugees fleeing with their daughter Nyagak from war-torn South (Yvonne Campbell) Sudan. They brave stormy waters on an overcrowded motorboat, along with fellow refugees traversing the perilous English channel from France in search of a better life. Although they survive the treacherous crossing, their daughter and many others do not. When they are finally granted probational asylum in Britain three months later, the government assigns them a shabby house with peeling walls and dismal furnishings on the outskirts of London. They are given strict restrictions or they may face deportation. They experience racism and hatred from their tenement neighbors. They are met by their case worker Mark (Matt Smith), who tells them he hopes they are two of "the good ones".
Bol tries to assimilate: he sings football songs, asks Rial to use utensils rather than her hands when they eat, and even changes how he dresses. Bol wants to prove to the government that he and Rial belong in the UK. Rial, however, clings to their culture. She retains their daughter's necklace, dresses in colorful clothes, and rather than using a table, sits on the floor to eat. Both Bol and Rial soon experience strange and disturbing phenomena in their new home, and see visions of Nyagak and a mysterious man, who both escape into the walls.
Rial doesn't take long to work out what the evil in their house is: an apeth or "night witch". She tells Bol the story of a poor man in her village who accidentally stole from an apeth by the river. When the thief built his home, the apeth moved in with him and haunted him. Rial believes that an apeth has followed them and if they repay their debt, the apeth will bring Nyagak back to them. However it is not immediately clear what the "debt" is that they need to repay. Bol burns everything they brought with them, but the apeth continues to torment him and things deteriorate between the couple. He goes to Mark and requests new accommodation under the guise that their unit is infested with rats, but is unable to convince him. Bol tears apart the house looking for the apeth, which threatens the couple's chances of staying in the UK when Mark discovers the damage. However, this is fine with Rial, who tells Bol that she wants to leave. Bol locks Rial in the house before he summons the apeth himself, who calls him a thief and claiming that Bol has stolen a life that was not his to take. The apeth offers Bol a deal: his life for Nyagak's, but he outright refuses this offer, resulting in Bol being forced into a state of momentary catatonia out of anger.
Here is the full cast and characters of "His House" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
"His House" movie release date was scheduled to be on January 27, 2020 (Sundance) and on October 30, 2020 (United States) distributing by Netflix.
The duration of the film is 93 minutes.
"His House" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.5/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 100/100.
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