Check out a preview of “Simetierre”, a new adaptation of the Stephen King novel visible in the halls today. Simetierre is the second adaptation of the cult novel by Stephen King after the film by Mary Lambert was released in 1990. It is the duo of Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, noticed with Starry Eyes, that sign that presents itself as a new interpretation of the work of King, rather than a remake of the first film. Kölsch says : “I’m a big fan of the previous film, but it offered its own reading of the book. We wanted to come up with our own version and, therefore, incorporate elements that appear in the novel, but not in this film. The fans will have some surprises, but we stayed faithful to the spirit of the book.” One of the points on which this Simetierre differs from the film of Mary Lambert and Stephen King book is the identity of the victim within the family Creed. It is not a matter of the son 2 years old but the 8 year old girl. If the filmmakers were afraid to edit a classic of the literature of the horror, this change allowed according to them to better search the relationships between the characters, delving deeper into the question of evil and in conjuring up notions of existence that we could not deal with a child at a young age, not knowing how to speak. Simetierre BONUS VO "Stephen King" beyond the purely horror, Simetierre speaks of thematic intimate and makes us wonder about our relationship with death : “The monster, in this film, it is the grief and its impact on those who remain. Stephen King imagines characters that are so credible that they could be your neighbors. And then, he embarks in situations where they are faced with impossible choices,” says the screenwriter Jeff Buhler. Simetierre well be one of the greatest success of Stephen King, he almost never see the light of day. Indeed, the novelist has kept the manuscript in a drawer for three years before you publish, under the leadership of his wife. The author was reluctant to get this book because it felt too scary. He is also much inspired by his life : while living in Maine, he and his family lived in a house located on the outskirts of a very busy road. The surrounding children had created a cemetery for animals crushed. The cat of her daughter, Smucky, was crushed dead and his son Owen, then 2 years old, and escaped narrowly a truck. Stephen King has not finished to inspire film and television : while a season 2 of Castle Rock and a 3 season Rm. Mercedes are expected, It 2 will land in theaters September 18, 2019.