Julianne Moore Ken Watanabe in Trailer for Love Thriller ‘Bel Canto’
“For him, your voice is opera.” Screen Media Films has debuted a central trailer for an heated regretful play patrician Bel Canto, formed on a best-selling novel of a same name created by Ann Patchett. Inspired by a events of a Japanese embassy warrant predicament (also called a Lima warrant crisis) of 1996-1997 in Lima, Peru, a novel has perceived several awards including a Orange Prize for Fiction and PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. The intimate, moving adore story is about a famous soprano, played by Julianne Moore, who gets caught with a rich Japanese industrialist, played by Ken Watanabe. She travels down to a embassy in South America, and falls for him while being hold hostage. Also starring Sebastian Koch, Christopher Lambert, Ryo Kase, Tenoch Huerta, and María Mercedes Coroy. Take a demeanour below.
Here’s a initial central trailer (+ poster) for Paul Weitz’s Bel Canto, approach from YouTube:
Based on a award-winning novel, this thespian adore story follows a famous soprano (Julianne Moore) who travels to a troops persecution in South America to give a private unison during a intemperate birthday celebration for a rich Japanese nobleman (Ken Watanabe). Just as a large entertainment convenes, a residence is taken over by a riotous insurgent organisation perfectionist a recover of their detained comrades. As a extensive deadlock ensues, hostages and captors form astonishing holds as they overcome their differences and find their common humanity. Bel Canto is destined by American filmmaker Paul Weitz, of a films American Pie, Down to Earth, About a Boy, In Good Company, American Dreamz, Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant, Little Fockers, Being Flynn, Admission, and Grandma previously. The screenplay is created by Paul Weitz and Anthony Weintraub; formed on a book by Ann Patchett. Screen Media Films will recover Weitz’s Bel Canto in name theaters starting September 14th in a fall. Anyone meddlesome in this?