After a sensational first film, Mustang released in 2015, Deniz Gamze Ergüven back with a new film project in which it will conduct two renowned actors.
no, it’s not the next James Bond. Although Halle Berry had the opportunity to play a Bond girl with her very noticeable orange bikini Die Another Day (2002) alongside Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig if already covered more once his tuxedo of agent 007, the two players will not find themselves in the world of the famous secret agent.
This time, the two actors will play side by side for new film Turkish director Deniz Gamze Ergüven. His first magnificent feature film, Mustang , moved the assembly of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and Fortnight. Thereafter, the film represented France for the Oscars. The 38 year old director is preparing to take the reins of a bold project that will bring together the two stars of American cinema screen. In addition to ensuring the staging, it is also written in the script.
The film, called Kings will take place during the riots that have shaken the city of Los Angeles in 2012. The synopsis tells the story of Ollie, a lonely man played by Daniel Craig who lives in the heart of South Central, a predominantly black neighborhood. The latter falls in love with a woman (Halle Berry). The actress will play the role of a mother who takes under his wing a disadvantaged youth group of the district, where the revolt actually began on 29 April 1992. Daniel Craig will help Halle Berry to protect children in violent riots racial.
Kings takes its title from the Rodney King icon, black citizen leader of the fight against racism and police violence in the United States. In 1991 he was beaten by four police officers.
The film will be produced by CHARLES GILLIBERT which has already produced the famous Mustang (2015) but also Personal Shopper (Olivier Assayas film whose is scheduled for release in December 2016) or Outlook (2016) Mia Hansen-Love.
it’s been seven years since the director Deniz Gamze Ergüven aspires to achieve the . Just a few years she had mentioned his interest in history and explained its investigation in the ghettos of Los Angeles. In deciding to illustrate this violent period in the history of the United States, Deniz Gamze Ergüven knows it touches a sensitive subject. A daunting task lies before it and the critics probably waiting around the corner. Filming will begin in late summer 2016.
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