Netflix 'The Swarm': Release date, spoilers and all about French horror film
The French horror film focuses on a single mother who develops an obsession with the locusts she breeds on her farm
French horror film 'The Swarm' focuses on a single mother who breeds locusts as high protein food but has trouble getting them to reproduce until she finds they have a taste for blood. She has been forced into breeding the locusts since her farm is on the verge of bankruptcy, but then develops a strange relationship with these creatures.
'The Swarm' begins streaming on Netflix on August 6.
Air time and how to watch
'The Swarm' will begin streaming at 3 am EST on August 6. You can also watch the movie by signing up for the platform’s free trial. Apart from that, viewers can also opt for different subscription plans provided by the streaming giant. A premium plan that allows more people to watch the service on different screens simultaneously, costs $18 per month. Meanwhile, the basic US plan costs $9 per month.
'The Swarm' centers around a single mother who in order to save her farm from bankruptcy, begins a business of breeding locusts. Soon she develops a strange, obsessive relationship with them and discovers that they have a taste for human blood.
Suliane Brahim has largely been a stage actor and her most notable role prior to 'The Swarm' has been in the series 'Black Spot' a supernatural thriller that focuses on why the murder rate in a small town is six times the national average.
Sofian Khammes is known for his role in the TV series 'Kepler(s)' which focuses on a mentally unstable cop who is forced to return to work. His film career includes the movie 'Fast Convoy', which centers around how a convoy shipping a ton of cannabis Malaga in southern Spain is disrupted.
The trailer of 'The Swarm' will give you a serious case of the creepy crawlies as this single mother goes to extraordinary measures to ensure that the blood-sucking locusts she has become obsessed with stay alive.
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