Venice Film Festival To Open With Noah Baumbach’s Netflix Pic ‘White Noise’ Starring Adam Driver & Greta Gerwig
The Venice Film Festival (August 31 – September 10) will open with the world premiere of Noah Baumbach’s Netflix drama White Noise, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig. The film dramatizes a contemporary American family’s attempts to deal with the mundane conflicts of everyday life while grappling with the universal mysteries of love, death, and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world. Based on the book by Don DeLillo, and written for the screen and directed by Baumbach, film is produced by Baumbach (p.g.a), David Heyman (p.g.a.) and Uri Singer. It marks the first time a Netflix movie has opened the festival.
after "Gangs of New York", "Aviator", "Departed - Unter Environment", "Shutter Island" and "The Wolf of Wall Street" the director Martin Scorsese (79) and Hollywood -Star Leonardo DiCaprio (47) Another cooperation. © Nancy Rivera/Ace Pictures/Zumapress/dpa Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are planning another joint film.
Together they want to film the story of a historical survival drama off the coast of South America, as the US industry leaves "Hollywood Reporter" and "Variety" reported. The Apple streaming service has secured film rights. The template is the non-published non-fiction book "The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder" by US author David Grann.
The story revolves around a British warship that stranded on a lonely island in front of Chile in 1741. In a brutal struggle for survival, the crew experiences hunger, murder and mutiny.
Grann (55) is also the author of the non -fiction book “Killers of the Flower Moon”, which was recently filmed by Scorsese with DiCaprio in the leading role and is expected to come to the cinema in 2023. It deals with the murders of members of the Osage Indian tribe in Oklahoma in the 1920s after large oil supplies had been discovered on their country.
"Big dung", "awful": this Netflix film did not make a good impression at spectators .
© Netflix "Big dung", "awful": this film Netflix did not make a Good impression to spectators released on July 27 on Netflix, this Argentinian thriller is not unanimous at all with spectators of the platform. It's time for the Tweets review! There are many new outings on Netflix . Unfortunately, not all are unanimous with spectators.