Separation Movie Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Review


Horror Thriller
Updated: Jul 30, 2021
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Separation: Release Date, Trailer, Songs, Cast and More

Release Date 30th Apr 2021
Language English
Genre Horror Thriller
Duration 1 hrs 47 mins
Cast Rupert Friend, Madeline Brewer, Mamie Gummer, Brian Cox, Violet McGraw, Simon Quarterman
Director William Brent Bell
Producer Jordan Beckerman, William Brent Bell, Jesse Korman, Jordan Yale Levine, Clay Pecorin, Russ Posternak
Music Director Brett Detar
Cinematography Karl Walter Lindenlaub
Production Yale Productions, RainMaker Films, The Machine Room Post Film
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About Separation Movie

Separation is a horror film that has been directed by William Brent Bell and the screenplay has been written by Josh Braun and Nick Amandeus. It is a story of a young girl who finds comfort in the ghost of her dead mother and her artist father. The film stars Mamie Gummer, Violet McGraw, Rupert Friend, Madeline Brewer, Brian Cox and Simon Quarterman in prominent characters.

Separation has been produced under the banners of RainMaker Films, Yale Productions, Post Film and The Machine Room. It has been distributed by Briarcliff Entertainment and Open Road Films and the movie has released on 30th April, 2021. 

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