Stuck Together Trailer: New Netflix Film Will Hit Home With Pandemic Storyline

Netflix has proved itself once again by dropping the hilarious trailer for the French film Stuck Together that takes its inspiration from the pandemic. The streaming giant rarely disappoints us as it keeps bringing us one film after the other, especially the ones that will get you rolling on the floor. This upcoming Netflix comedy is going to revolve around the way the pandemic, which resulted in the subsequent lockdown, affected people lives.

It is rather odd to feel that the pandemic would not have affected art in some way or the other. However, a comic take of the way COVID-19 affected us is something all of us are looking forward to. A good laugh never hurt anyone.

Stuck Together Trailer: Premise, Cast, Release Date

Stuck Together trailer description on Netflix’s YouTube channel reads, “When Paris goes into lockdown during the pandemic, the quirky residents of an apartment building must adjust to a new life — and one another. Directed by Dany Boon, who also stars in this heartwarming tale of life in quarantine alongside François Damiens, Laurence Arné and Yvan Attal.”

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The trailer starts off with a paranoid father adding to his daughter’s worries of catching the coronavirus just because she has a cold. This tone of exaggeration and hysteria is maintained throughout the trailer as we see some exasperated and some energetic characters do their share of panic about the pandemic.

With an intense classical background score that reminds you of a Disney movie, the characters make you relate to their troublesome COVID-19 prevention ways be it wearing masks and never taking them off or using alcohol as a disinfectant because sanitization is important.

Watch Stuck Together trailer below:

Stuck Together is going to release on Netflix on October 20, 2021.

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