Netflix’s ‘White Noise’ opens 60th New York Film Festival

The 60th edition of the New York Film Festival kicked off with a screening of Netflix’s upcoming film ‘White Noise’. It is based on Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel of the same name.

The dark comedy follows a contemporary American family of six trying to cope with the monotonous conflicts of daily life while grappling with the concepts of love, life, happiness and death.

‘White Noise’ has been directed by Noah Baumbach and stars Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, among others.

Talking about this moment, the director said, “I grew up in Brooklyn and my parents would drive into the city or take the subway to go to the festival. They were very into movies, and this festival was very much a part of my movie education growing up”.

‘White Noise’ will have a limited theatrical release and will stream on Netflix soon. An exact date has not been revealed yet.

Check out the teaser:

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