Empire Of Light is a movie set in an English town in the early 1980s, it is a powerful and pleasant story about human connections like love and is blended with the magic of cinema from one of the best Academy Award winning director Sam Mendes. This film had its world premiere on 3rd September, 2022 at the Telluride Film Festival. Now this film is set for its theatrical release on December 9, 2022 in The United States.
Running Time: 113 minutes
Country: United States
Movie Rating (IMDb) : 8/10
Cast And Crew :
Directed and Written by: Sam Mendes
- Pippa Harris
- Sam Mendes
- Olivia Colman as Hilary Small
- Micheal Ward as Stephen
- Colin Firth as Mr. Ellis
- Toby Jones as Norman
- Tom Brooke as Neil
- Tanya Moodie as Delia
- Hannah Onslow as Janine
- Crystal Clarke as Ruby
- Monica Dolan as Rosemary Bates
- Sara Stewart as Brenda
- Ron Cook as Mr. Cooper
- Justin Edwards as Jim Booth
About this movie:
Official teaser for this upcoming movie was released which showed a love story of an age old character in the cinema. This all takes place in the early 80s in England. This story shows us how strong a human relationship can be with matching their souls. This film has the duo of director Sam Mendes and Roger Deakins which has previously worked together in the film Skyfall which won an Oscar in previous year.
The story tells of the hopes, dreams, and disappointments that drive them to each other, and in turn to a dark ending. The film weaves a poetic tale that invests us in the lives of each character if only for as long as it lasts. Empire Of Light is an award-winning independent romantic drama about the choices we make. It’s about who we are and what compels us through life, how important our values are to ourselves and how they impact the ones we love most. But above all else it’s a story about how choices are made, shaped by our choices and those around us, carried forward in regret or forgiveness until all life is lived twice.
What do fans of love drama expect from this movie?
This film is a love story. It will be a great love story, with an ending that will not disappoint. This film is a romantic drama. The time may be old, but the dialogue and emotions will be timeless, rooted in storytelling traditions dating back thousands of years. This is not your average Hollywood-ized romance with cookie-cutter characters and the same recycled plot over and over again. This is old-school storytelling done right: full of heart and intrigue, with an actual story that takes place over real time. This film is about art. It will be visually cinematic, with a look and feel that embraces the location where the story is set. It will have something for everyone: love, loss, innocence, experience, heartache and triumph. The script is tight but with room for improvisation and exploration of characters’ nuances.
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