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Deep Water (now streaming on Hulu) is an erotic thriller, based on the Patricia Highsmith novel of the same name, about the turbulent marriage of Vic and Melinda Van Allen. Reportedly following the book’s blueprint, Vic (Ben Affleck) and Melinda (Ana De Armas) decide to avoid a messy divorce by permitting extra-marital affairs. However, tension mounts as Melinda’s lovers start to disappear, and Vic becomes the prime suspect.
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The compelling, intimate and malevolent teaser trailer has upward of 1.5 million views, and the film itself released on March 18th, 2022. You can watch Deep Water on Hulu (in the U.S) and Prime Video internationally.
What is Deep Water about?
British Octogenarian Adrian Lyne—the master director of erotic thrillers like 9 ½ Weeks, Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal and Unfaithful—returns from a 20-year hiatus to helm Deep Water. Adapting the suspenseful and steamy Highsmith novel for the screen are Euphoria’s Sam Levinson and Zach Helm (Stranger Than Fiction). The twisty tale of psychological warfare sparked a brief and fiery on-set romance between stars Affleck and De Armas. Talking to Vogue Spain, Affleck said that co-star De Armas “was going to do something exceptional with a very complex role.”
Affleck and De Armas are joined by Tony Award-Winning Tracy Letts, Rachel Blanchard, Dash Mihok, Lil Rel Howery, Jacob Elordi, Finn Wittrock, and Kristen Connolly.
Where can you stream Deep Water?
You can stream Deep Water on Hulu. Hulu’s streaming services are available through internet connection in the United States (including Puerto Rico and U.S. military bases). Hulu can be accessed through compatible devices, gaming consoles, mobile devices and web browsers.
Internationally you can stream Deep Water on Amazon Prime Video. The streaming service, which offers 4K Ultra HD, High Dynamic Range (HDR) and mobile downloads for offline viewing of select content, is available in over 200 countries including the U.S. and its territories, Australia, Brazil, Canada, the European Union, the United Kingdom, Japan, India, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Singapore, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates.
How can you sign up for Hulu?
To start watching Deep Water, you can sign up for a basic Hulu account starting at $6.99/month or $69.99 for a year. If you want to watch Hulu without ads, the price increases to $12.99/month. Hulu also has a Live TV service that will allow you access to live cable channels and programs, starting at $64.99/month. If you want to get the most for your money, you can also bundle Hulu with services like Disney+ and ESPN+ for $13.99/month, saving $7.98 across all three services each month.
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How can you sign up for Amazon Prime Video?
Amazon Prime Video comes with a number of exciting perks.
You will need an Amazon account to sign up for Prime Video. Once you have an account set up on the site, you can choose a $12.99/month or $119/year plan for Amazon Prime, which includes not just Prime Video, but access to Amazon Music, photo storage, a vast book library, and free shipping on most Amazon purchases. Amazon also offers a 50% discount on temporary Prime memberships for students and those in need of government assistance.
In addition to its original content, Amazon Prime Video is home to thousands of popular film and television titles and well as hundreds of additional subscription-based channels like HBO, Showtime, and IMDb TV, which are available to view through the Amazon Prime Video app for an additional subscription fee.
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