in The past month of may, the companion to Juan Luis Caviaro we put the long teeth from the Cannes film Festival to say that ‘A Hidden Life’, the last work of Terrence Malick, it contains so much beauty and poetry in their frames that mitigate the effects of its three long hours of battery life, enjoyable and seeded of exciting moments.
Today, the rest of us mortals, we can take a look at what’s new from the author of Illinois in a trailer that promises to restore the lyrical audio-visual and the technical deployment that we marveled at many ‘The tree of life’. Two minutes in which the large angular and the beautiful natural landscapes in which it settles down the film to steal all the eyes.
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in Addition to the use of landscape and cinematography is simply wonderful in charge of Jörg Widmer, ‘A Hidden Life’ is in its fantastic cast, headed up by names like August Diehl, Matthias Schoenaerts, Valerie Pachner or Michael Nyqvist, another of their major claims. A great added that, without doubt, becomes one of the tapes most anticipated of the year.
Based on the story of Franz Jägerstätter, the austrian conscientious objector and beatified by the church that ended up being executed in 1943 by the Nazi army after refusing to join their ranks, ‘A Hidden Life’ will come to the meeting american the 13 of December of this same 2019. In the Spanish territory, even we don’t have a release date, so who will arm yourself with patience, because it seems that the thing goes for long.
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