'All My Friends Are Dead': Release date, plot, cast and all you need to know about Netflix’s Polish thriller movie
Netflix is all set to take you on a ride with its upcoming Polish thriller film ‘All My Friends Are Dead’, whose original title is ‘Wszyscy moi przyjaciele nie zyja’. It follows a group of friends who get entangled in a series of events that occur during a New Year’s Eve party. The network has offered several spine-chilling thrillers in the past. It remains to be seen what ‘All My Friends Are Dead’ has to offer that sets it apart from the rest. If you’re planning on catching up with the Polish film, here’s everything you need to know about it.
'All My Friends Are Dead’ will be available to stream on February 3 on Netflix.
The official synopsis for the movie reads, “A group of friends at a New Year’s Eve party go through a whirlwind of events that exposes secrets, breaks hearts — and leads to a shocking outcome.”
Michal Meyer will be seen in the role of Aspirant Grzegorz Dabrowski in ‘All My Friends Are Dead’. He was born in Warsaw in 1985. He’s an actor and producer who is known for working in Amok. He has also featured in the 2008 film ‘M jak milosc’.
Polish actor Adam Woronowicz is essaying Inspector Kwasniewski in ‘All My Friends Are Dead’. He has served as an actor and producer in many Polish movies. His known work includes ‘The Christening’, Cold War’ and ‘The Reverse’.
Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz is playing the role of Anastazja. She was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1998. She was last seen in Netflix’s other Polish thriller ‘The Hater’. Julia’s film credits include ‘Kobiety mafii’ and ‘Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight’.
‘All My Friends Are Dead’ is directed by Jan Belcl, who has also worked on the script. It is produced by Aneta Cebula Hickinbotham and Leszek Bodzak.
The official trailer shows how a fun-filled event turns into a nightmare when dangers loom the teenagers at a New Year’s Eve party. While bloodstains, guns, and dead bodies retain the mystery factor, one could also expect a bit of fun from the young group party-goers, perhaps before they find themselves in trouble.
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