Of the many films that premiered at the 78th Venice International Film Festival, one that stood out was the intriguing fantasy thriller Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon. The fascinating storyline and stellar cast make this feature an ideal movie to experience but can Netflix users watch it?
Visionary director Ana Lily Amirpour, whose other credits include The Bad Batch and Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, is in the director’s chair for Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon, and she also penned the screenplay. The story follows an offbeat girl with strange, unsettling abilities on the night she escapes a mental asylum.
Starring as the leading lady with powers in Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon is Jun Jong-seo, who is known for playing Tokyo in Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area. Also in the lineup is The Office star Craig Robinson and Academy Award-nominee, Kate Hudson.
Is Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon available on Netflix?
It would be great to check out the intriguing feature from start to finish on the popular streamer. But that is impossible as Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon is unavailable on Netflix.
Luckily for subscribers, the streaming powerhouse known as Netflix rarely disappoints when it comes to having an array of unique titles ready for viewers to enjoy. Regarding fantasy and sci-fi-based thrillers, there is an assortment of options available, including Bright, Warrior Nun, Locke & Key, and Night Teeth.
Where you can watch Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon
Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon is available in theaters. In addition, fans can find the film on several VOD platforms such as YouTube, Vudu, Google Play, and Amazon Prime. Since it is a Saban Films production, the movie will likely stream on Hulu soon.
You can check out the trailer below: