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'Hostiles' is existential movie for me: Rosamund Pike

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says "Hostiles" is an existential with a simple story.

"I didn't think of this as a genre This is very much an existential for me. The story is quite simple and yet there's so much," said in a statement.

"The human landscape of it is vast. There's tremendous interplay between these characters. They've all seen such darkness and it's affected them in different ways," she added.

Set in 1892, "Hostiles" stars as a who agrees to escort a (Wes Studi) and his family back home to tribal lands. The journey takes Bale and his detail from to the grasslands of "Hostiles" is based on an original manuscript by the late It is directed by from his own script, and also stars Q'orianka Kilcher, Adam Beach, Rory Cochrane, Ben Foster, Jesse Plemons, and Brought to by PVR Pictures, "Hostiles" will release in on February 16.

Cooper also praised Pike, who plays character of in the

"She has such a high emotional IQ. She's the who always wants to take the character from one stage to something completely unexpected. She's thinking at every moment of how she'll relate to something that's six, eight or ten minutes down the narrative," Cooper said.



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First Published: Mon, February 12 2018. 08:02 IST