Light Of My life is a new drama written / directed by Casey Affleck.
Starring Affleck, Elisabeth Moss, Anna Pniowsky and Tom Bower, it’s the story of a father who disguises his daughter as his son in order to protect her after a plague wipes out most of the female population…
Talk about a nightmare situation for the few females who survive the plague. I need to see how this play out.
Timothy Webber, Hrothgar Mathews, Jesse James Pierce, Kory Grim, Lloyd Cunningham, Thelonius Serrell-Freed, Patrick Keating and Tommy Clarke also star.
Based on Russian Playwright Anton Chekov’s famous play The Seagull. Saoirse Ronan, Anette Bening, Elisabeth Moss and Corey Stoll star while Michael Mayer directs.
The Seagull tells the story of ageing actress Irina who visits her brother Pjotr and her son Konstantin on a country estate and brings Trigorin, a successful novelist, with her. What follows is the chaos of romantic and artistic conflicts between four characters…
All I knew about The Seagull until now is that it’s a famous play by Anton Chekov, one that many great actors have been delighted about having a part in. Knowing that as I do, I find myself a little underwhelmed after seeing this trailer. I was perhaps expecting greater dramatics. Maybe the finished product will provide what I imagine to be missing.
Billy Howle, Michael Zegen and Jon Tenney also star.
Written and directed by Ruben Östlund, The Square is a satirical drama about the sense of community, moral courage and the affluent person’s need for egocentricity in an increasingly uncertain world…
Interesting synopsis, I must say. The square seems to have a similar quality to The One I Love(2014), an Elisabeth Moss movie I like.It’s perhaps the slightly crazed energy both films seem to share that had me linking the two.