First Trailer for László Nemes’ New Film ‘Sunset’ Premiering in Venice
“Why are we so sad?” Screen International has denounced a initial central trailer for László Nemes’ new film Sunset and my integrity does it looks incredible. This is a subsequent film from a rarely acclaimed Hungarian executive of a film Son of Saul, and it’s set to premiere during a Venice and Toronto Film Festivals this fall. Sunset tells a story of a immature lady who grows adult to turn a clever and intrepid lady in Budapest before World War I. Juli Jakab stars as Írisz Leiter, and a expel includes Vlad Ivanov, Susanne Wuest, Björn Freiberg, Levente Molnár, Mónika Balsai, Urs Rechn, Judit Bárdos, and Evelin Dobos. we don’t know most about this film yet, though we consider it looks unusual already, generally since we trust Nemes is a talent (for creation Son of Saul). I’ll be saying this in Venice and will have a examination adult shortly after.
Here’s a initial central trailer for László Nemes’ Sunset, approach from Screen’s YouTube:
Set in Budapest in 1913, a film focuses on Irisz Leiter, a immature lady who arrives in a Hungarian collateral anticipating to work during a mythological shawl store formerly owned by her late parents. When she is incited away, she sets on a hunt for a male who can exhibit a law about a mislaid past. Sunset is destined by acclaimed Hungarian filmmaker László Nemes, creation his second underline film after Son of Saul, that won a BAFTA Award. The screenplay is created by László Nemes, co-written by Clara Royer and Matthieu Taponier. The film is set to premiere during a Venice Film Festival first, before personification during other film festivals this fall. The film will strike theaters in Hungary this September, though no other recover dates are set. Stay tuned.