- The director of “No One Will Save You” describes the film as the “Anti-Jaws”
- The movie subverts audience expectations by not making the vicious creature a central character
- The film features an underwater creature in a lake, but focuses more on human relationships and struggles
The director of the upcoming film “No One Will Save You” has referred to their own movie as the “Anti-Jaws”, setting it apart from the iconic 1975 Steven Spielberg film. This statement sets the expectation that this new film will take a different approach to the portrayal of a vicious underwater creature and its relationship with the human characters involved.
While the main premise of “No One Will Save You” involves an underwater creature terrorizing a lake, the focus of the film is on the human characters and their relationships, rather than making the creature the central character. This is a divergence from the traditional expectations that audiences have for films involving monstrous creatures and the suspense they bring.
By calling the film the “Anti-Jaws”, the director posits that the movie goes beyond simply being a creature-feature and that it doesn’t rely on the vicious actions of the underwater creature for its entire storyline. Instead, the film delves deeper into the lives of the human characters in the story, exploring their struggles and relationships as they face the danger lurking beneath the surface of the lake.