Stranger Things star Dacre Montgomery's new movie Went Up the Hill has received a new look as filming has come to an end.
The image shows Montgomery embracing Old and The Girl in the Spider's Web star Vicky Krieps, as she looks tired and/or upset.
It doesn't really give us much of an idea of what the film is about, but we got a synopsis just over a year ago when the film was announced.
It focuses on Montgomery's character Jack, a young man who was abandoned as a child as he travels to a rural area of New Zealand. At the funeral of his estranged mother, he meets his mother's widow Jill, played by Krieps.
Then the ghost of the mother starts to inhabit Jack and Jill (hence the film's name) and starts to reveal dark secrets about them, and before long their very lives are at stake.
When the film was announced last year, director and co-writer Samuel Van Grinsven said: "It’s thrilling to have Vicky and Dacre embodying these uniquely challenging characters. As two bold artists I admire, it’s an honour to now be crafting this haunting story alongside them.
"The pair round out our inspiring team of collaborators across Australia, New Zealand and beyond, supporting me in bringing my second feature to the screen."
The film was shot on location in New Zealand.
Stranger Things' upcoming fifth season will be its last, and lead star Millie Bobby Brown has admitted that she's ready for it to come to an end.
She said: "Stranger Things takes up a lot of time to film and it's preventing me from creating stories that I'm passionate about. So I'm ready to say, 'Thank you, and goodbye.'"
Stranger Things seasons 1-4 are now streaming worldwide on Netflix.
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