Gerald's Game is a 2017 American psychological horror thriller film directed by Michael Flanagan.
Starring Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Chiara Aurelia, Carel Struycken, Henry Thomas, Kate Siegel, Adalyn Jones, Bryce Harper, Gwendolyn Mulamba, James Flanagan and others.

Watch the official trailer for Gerald's Game

Netflix on Wednesday, September 06, 2017 released the trailer:
Gerald's Game | Official Trailer | Netflix.

What is Gerald's Game about?

Jessie (Carla Gugino) and Gerald (Bruce Greenwood) arrive at an isolated lake house in Fairhope, Alabama, for some time away. While Gerald takes Viagra, Jessie feeds a stray dog outside, but when re-entering the house leaves the door open. Jessie changes into a new slip, placing the tag on a shelf above the bed, and practices sexy poses. Gerald takes a second Viagra and leaves his glass of water on the same shelf. He restrains Jessie with one handcuff on each wrist locked to the bedposts; she seems a bit surprised by this, but goes along. He begins to enact a stranger rape fantasy, telling her to scream for help, knowing no one will hear. She half-heartedly plays along but soon becomes uncomfortable, telling him to stop and uncuff her; he replies, "What if I won't?" After a heated argument in which he accuses her of not even trying to rekindle their relationship, Gerald dies of a heart attack, falling onto the floor, leaving Jessie in handcuffs.
The dog enters and Jessie tries to scare it away, but it bites a chunk out of Gerald's arm and eats it. Gerald stands up and begins talking, but Jessie notices his body remains on the floor. He taunts Jessie about the truths of their strained marriage and his erectile dysfunctions. He then informs her that she has wasted hours already doing nothing, and she is beginning to suffer from dehydration and fatigue. Jessie miraculously pulls a hand out of a cuff and breaks free. She gloats to Gerald, but then turns around and tells herself, the one still trapped, that it is easy to escape. Gerald and the self-assured Jessie tell things about herself and Gerald that she never had the courage to acknowledge. They trigger her to remember the glass of water above the bed, which she is able to reach but cannot bring all the way to her mouth. The hallucinations remind her of the tag she put on the shelf, which she rolls into a straw in order to reach the water.

Who's in the Gerald's Game cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of Gerald's Game.

Carla Gugino Jessie Burlingame Gerald's wife
Bruce Greenwood Gerald Burlingame Jessie's husband
Chiara Aurelia Young Jessie
Carel Struycken "Moonlight Man" / Raymond Andrew Joubert
Henry Thomas Tom Burlingame Sally's husband and Jessie, Maddie and James' father
Kate Siegel Sally Burlingame Tom's wife and Jessie, Maddie and James' mother
Adalyn Jones Maddie Burlingame
Bryce Harper James Burlingame
Gwendolyn Mulamba Judge McGarnagle
James Flanagan Court Clerk
Charles Dube Corrections Officer
Chuck Borden Court Officer #1
Natalie Roers Reporter #1
Mike McGill Court Officer #2
Nikia Reynolds Reporter #2
Bill Riales Reporter #3
Dori Lumpkin Teenage Girl
Roach Prince (Dog)

When is Gerald's Game released in cinemas?

The film Gerald's Game was scheduled to be released on September 19, 2017 (BFI Southbank) and on September 29, 2017 (United States) by Netflix.

What are Gerald's Game film specifications?

The duration of the film is 103 minutes.

Gerald's Game filming. Principal photography began on October 17, 2016, in Mobile, Alabama.

What are critics and audiences saying about Gerald's Game?

Gerald's Game got high rating from critics. The audience also likes the film.

More information about Gerald's Game you can get at:

IMDB: Gerald's Game

Wikipedia: Gerald's Game (film)

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