‘The End We Start From’: Watch First Teaser For Jodie Comer Survival Drama Ahead Of Toronto World Premiere; Release Date Revealed

EXCLUSIVE: Here’s your first teaser trailer for anticipated Toronto Film Festival world premiere The End We Start From, starring Emmy and BAFTA winner Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) as a woman trying to get home with her baby amid an environmental disaster.

We can also reveal a U.S. release date for the movie of December 8th, 2023.

As we previously revealed, Paramount’s Republic Pictures acquired North American rights to the dystopian drama during Cannes. Below you can also see a first poster for the movie, which is expected to get a limited theatrical run.

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Comer stars as a woman who, along with her newborn child, must try to find her way home amid an environmental crisis that submerges London in flood waters and sees their young family torn apart in the chaos. The film debuts at TIFF tomorrow [Sunday 10th].

Mahalia Belo (The Long Song) directs with supporting cast including Joel Fry (Cruella), Mark Strong (Kingsman), Gina McKee (My Policeman), Katherine Waterston (Fantastic Beasts), Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) and Nina Sosanya (His Dark Materials).

Pic will have its European premiere at the BFI London Film Festival in October.

Based on the novel by Megan Hunter and adapted to screen by Alice Birch (Normal People), pic is produced by Leah Clarke and Adam Ackland (The Mauritanian) for SunnyMarch, Liza Marshall (Temple) for Hera Pictures, Amy Jackson (Aftersun) and Sophie Hunter.

Anton, C2 Motion Picture Group, BBC Film, and the BFI financed the film, which will go through Paramount’s Global Content Distribution. Anton and UTA Independent Film Group are handling international sales.

Executive producers are Benedict Cumberbatch for SunnyMarch, Jodie Comer, Mark Strong, Sébastien Raybaud, Fanny Soulier, Pieter Engels, Kate Maxwell for Anton, Fani Ntavelou Baum, Dave Caplan and Jason Cloth for C2 Motion Picture Group, Eva Yates and Claudia Yusef for BBC Film and Lizzie Francke for the BFI.

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