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Psychological Drama The Cry To Premiere on Sundance Now In November!

The Cry – Joanna (Jenna Coleman as Joanna – Photo courtesy of Sundance Now

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The Cry premieres in Canada and the U.S. on the streaming service Sundance Now on Thursday, November 8th.

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SundanceTV and Sundance Now Unveil Fall Slate!

Deutschland 86 – Martin (Jonas Nay) –  Photo by Anika Molnár/Courtesy of SundanceTV.

SundanceTV and Sundance Now have unveiled their fall slates – including season two of SundanceTV’s critically acclaimed spy series Deutschland 86.

SundanceTV also has the Leonardo DiCaprio-produced documentary two-night event Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle.

Sundance Now’s highlights include: Dead Lucky – a crime thriller told from different points of view (starring Six Feet Under’s Rachel Griffiths); 54 Hours, which examines an armed bank robbery gone awry in 1988; season four of the French-language spy thriller, The Bureau; psychological thriller The Cry (starring Jenna Coleman); and Cheat – about a dangerous relationship between university professor Leah and her student.

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