The Curse of La Llorona is being released on April 19 th. It tells the tale of ta legend from Mexican folklore.
According to the myth, La Llorona’s real epithet is Maria. She came from a poor village, but her beauty won the heart of a wealthy nobleman. They fell in love, got married, and had two baby boys.
However, the nobleman expend most of his time traveling. When he returned home, he paid less and less attention to Maria, gradually falling out of enjoy with her.
One day, he brought a new, younger woman home and said goodbye to his children. Maria was devastated. In a blind rage, she took her children to the river and submerge them.
When she came to her appreciations, she regretted what she had done and searched the river for her two boys, but they could not be found. Not long after, Maria purposed up dying on the river as well. However, she was not allowed to enter the afterlife until she found her children.
Now, La Llorona is stay between the life and dead realms, sobbing while she searches for her son. She induces misfortune to everyone around her. If you hear her exclaims, you are meant to run the opposite way — specially if you are a young child. La Llorona kidnaps kids, mistaking them for her own, and submerges them in the river too.
When she seems, she commonly wears a white or a black gown with a veil. In between her shouts, you can hear her holler which signifies. When she voices near, she is far. When she sounds far, she is near. But no matter how loud her screams music, hearing them at all means you are in grave danger.
On April 19 th, New Line Cinema is liberating their adaptation of the legend, called
In 1970 s Los Angeles, a social worker and her children are draw into a supernatural realm. They rely on a clergyman and his mysticism to keep the evil at bay — but the weeps of La Llorona keep trying to entice the family toward doom.
If you can belly suspenseful, supernatural fright movies, you are able to recognize your calendars so you don’t miss this movie modification of a long-lived legend.