A certain horror film popularized the line “I see dead people.”

The new movie Holy Trinity operates under a similar conceit, although it makes clear the main character gained her abilities as a result of inhaling too many fumes.

The film comes from the mind of Molly Hewitt, who wrote and directed, and stars. Hewitt plays Trinity, a queer dominatrix who’s life ends up in shambles after she gains her newfound power. Of course, that she keeps huffing paint doesn’t help matters.

Holy Trinity channels Ghost, though with more humor and queerness. It also takes the bold, if logical, step of focusing on the medium caught between life and death, rather than on a boring love story. Plus, if Hewitt’s work as a performance artist offers any indication, the movie will also go to outrageous lengths for laughs and feature no shortage of eccentric characters.

Queerty scored the world premiere of the first trailer for the film. It debuts at Outfest in Los Angeles July 19.

source

LEAVE A REPLY