New Netflix movie is making people so anxious from start to finish
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Netflix is known for stressing out its viewers with its tense dramas, and it's continuing to do so with its new flick nail-biting flick, Nowhere.
The Spanish-language film sees a pregnant woman stuck in shipping container in the middle of the ocean as her husband tries to locate where she is.
The trailer alone has left people feeling 'stressed' as some even urged the streamer to put a trigger warning on the film:
"This should have a trigger warning," one person wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.
"It wasn't for faint hearted," they added.
"Watched it yesterday. Stressed me out pretty good. Good stuff," said another.
Meanwhile, one Rotten Tomatoes reviewer described Nowhere as 'a nail-biting and claustrophobic drama that uses the minimalism of its setting to deliver a massive amount of unease'.
Another penned: "If you are a fan of thrillers and can only take so many horror elements, then Nowhere is the film for you."
But others joked that they're already stressed enough with their day-to-day lives without watching the movie.
Replying to the trailer, one X user said: "Is this supposed to make me watch the movie? As if i don't already have uni and exams to stress me out."
"Everyday life is stressing everyone out, why would one bother watching if it’ll only make it worse," questioned another, as someone else labelled the trailer as 'disturbing'.
The release of Nowhere comes after Netflix dropped the series Dear Child in recent weeks, which also left viewers feeling a certain type of way.
Dear Child was been turned into a miniseries from the original bestselling book, and tells the story of a woman who is left in a strange predicament after an incident in a forest.
The woman is hit by a car as she flees through the woods, before waking up in hospital in a seriously bad state.
Upon waking, she doesn’t know where she was, how long she’s been out, or even what her name is.
But you'd best whip out your ninth grade German books for this one as it's a German series - or there's subtitles for those of you who didn't listen in class.