As I've always cautioned, I rarely make all that much fuss over what some marketing executives chose to highlight in their particular coming attractions. Often times, the final story ends up veering in slightly different directions than what's promised. And I've also always been a bit skeptical of mentioning the work of other filmmakers in what's supposed to be an advertisement for your own, and the earlier works of Christopher Nolan were just a bit too trippy for my tastes. (Yes, yes, yes, I know I'm in the minority.)
In any event, it kinda/sorta looks like director Rob Schroeder's P.R. time are lining him up to be the next Nolan with their spin on Ultrasound (2021), which looks set to launch in theaters and on demand this upcoming March 11th. Plot details are a bit sketchy, but here's what they've listed under their citation on the reliable IMDB.com:
"After his car breaks down, Glen spends one hell of an odd night with a married couple, setting into motion a chain of events that alter their lives plus those of several random strangers."
Interestingly enough, the project has a fairly respectable score on IMDB.com (6.6 on their 10 scale) as well as a healthy 24 critical reviews (as of today's date). I suspect the flick has enjoyed a bit of exposure on the film festival circuit; though such reviews make for pleasant reading, I've often found that they don't always represent the more 'common man' perspective as event viewings like that tend to be loaded with industry insiders looking for a bigger gig. Again, peeps, that's not intended as an insult to anyone; it's just an honest reflection of what I've seen.
Trailer will be below. Those of you interested? You know what to do.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!