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Under the Seine: Stephen King has a very strong opinion on Netflix’s success

Under the Seine: Stephen King has a very strong opinion on Netflix’s success
Under the Seine: Stephen King has a very strong opinion on Netflix’s success

Sotto la Seine is the great Netflix success of this June. However, the film was described as a disaster by the French press and even Stephen King liked it.

Available from June 5th on Netflix, Under the Seine despite having enjoyed enormous success in France catastrophic reviews and an accusation of plagiarism. Directed by Xavier Gens, this horror film tells the story of a shark who wreaks havoc in Paris by entering the Seine, the day before a major sporting event.

The film features Sophia (Bérénice Bejo) who has to face this predator who turns out to also be the owner decimated his team a few years earlier. Together with Adil (Nassim Lyes), commander of the river police, he tries to avoid a bloodbath. The film has a sensational international successso much so that even Stephen King, the master of horror, wanted to see the film.

Stephen King liked Under the Seine

It was on X (formerly Twitter) that the novelist shared his opinion.


“I thought Under the Seine was going to be a fun movie like Sharknado, but Twitter convinced me to watch it and it's really good. The last 25 minutes are crazy."

Sous la Seine is therefore nicknamed by the best-selling author That OR Shining. Further proof not to miss the phenomenon? Recently Stephen King also expressed his opinion on the series My little reindeer.

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