After unveiling the first teaser trailer earlier this year, Netflix has released the first full length trailer for its Palme d'Or contender Okja.
Directed by South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho, (Memories of Murder, The Host, Snowpiercer), Okja follows a young girl named Mija, as she fights to save her best friend — a massive animal named Okja — from a multinational corporation. Headed by Tilda Swinton, the corporation want to study Okja to help kickstart a new livestock-farming industry.
In her fight against them, Mija is joined by animal activists, and judging from the trailer the struggle involves lots of action, deception and a very angry Tilda Swinton.
Watch the trailer above and, in case you missed it, the teaser trailer below. Okja is in competition at the Cannes Film Festival this week and will be streaming on Netflix from June 28.
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