Netflix Viewers Are Terrified Of New Soft & Quiet Movie As They Call It An Emotional Roller Coaster: ‘It’s Literally The Only Movie I’ve Rented And Refused To Finish’
- The twisted plot follows an elementary school teacher who organized a mixer for white supremacist women
- Fans must turn off unfinished ‘intense’ and ‘daring’ film
Horror movie fans find themselves unable to get to the end of Soft & Quiet because of its terrifying plot.
The terrifying film, originally released in 2022, arrived on Netflix this month.
Written and directed by Beth de Araújo, it has been described as “intense” and “bold”.
The twisted plot, starring Stefanie Estes, Olivia Luccardi, Eleaonore Pienta and Dana Millican, follows an elementary school teacher who organized a mixer for white supremacist women.
However, a terrifying chain of events is unleashed when a mysterious person from his past reenters his life.
Netflix’s Twisted Soft & Quiet Plot Follows an Elementary School Teacher Who Organized a Mixer for White Supremacist Women
Soft & Quiet was originally released in 2022 but arrived on Netflix this month.
De Araújo described the work as a “timely American nightmare” – and he let terrified viewers share their thoughts on the film on social media.
One posted: “This is literally the only movie I’ve rented and then refused to finish.” It’s also the only movie I want to express to hell.
“We turned on soft&quiet and I didn’t think this movie was going to be like that…I’m very disturbed.”
Another recommended the watch, writing, “Soft & Quiet is on Netflix today, and I can’t recommend it highly enough.
“An incredibly daring film in both form and content, writer/director Beth de Araújo crafted this real-world horror story as a real-time film and knocked it out of the park.”
A viewer wanted to send the movie ‘to hell in the express lane’
Another was more complimentary labeling it ‘bold’ in ‘both form and content’
The latest scare comes after Netflix welcomed French horror series Marianne, which left viewers “scared for their lives”.
Originally released in 2019, the petrifying series follows a famous fictional horror writer named Emma who returns to her hometown, only to find that the demons she dreamed of as a child are now terrorizing the real world.
A spectator found himself in such a state that he had to take his pet to the bathroom with him: “Marianne on Netflix is so scary. As if I should take Tinkerbell to the bathroom with me, scary. For real.’
Another wrote: “I just finished watching Marianne on Netflix and it’s the scariest thing I’ve ever watched in my fucking life.”
The series gained international popularity upon its release, but the series creator said there were not enough fans to pursue a second season.