The World To Come Mena Fastwold is a 2020 drama film based on the story of the same Shepard from the screenplay by Ron Hansen and Jim Shepard. It stars Vanessa Kerby, Katherine Waterstone, Christopher Abbott and Casey Affleck.
It had its world premiere on September 6, 2020 at the 77th Venice International Film Festival, where it won the Queen Lion Award for Best LGBTQ-Themed Film at the Festival. It was published in a limited edition on February 12, 2021, then videotaped by Blicker Street on March 2, 2021.
Release Date of “The World to Come”
Shortly after Short became the world premiere of the film at the Venice Film Festival on September 6, 2020, Blacker Street acquired the U.S. distribution rights for the film. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions will distribute the film outside the United States. It was published in a limited release on February 12, 2021, then videotaped on March 2, 2021.
THE WORLD TO COME | Official Trailer I Bleecker Street
Cast Of The World to Come
- Vanessa Kirby as Tallie
- Katherine Waterston as Abigail
- Christopher Abbott as Finney
- Casey Affleck as Dyer
Synopsis Of The World to Come
Cosmic Scene 2021 is a movie science fiction action film composed and edited by Edward Drake. It is more indifferent to supervision, back story or two-dimensional excited response. The VFX passes the critical part of a load, when Frank Grillo freely submits and Bruce Willis calls it over. The start of the bar fight, that brand name smile and a low registrar allowed Bros. Willis to slide through this work. Then Frank Grillo sees only thirty minutes of screen time, screenwriter Corey Large sets a more noticeable move for an organization as a supporting player. Scenes are consistently timestamped to ensure authenticity
Even after nearly thirty minutes of Forest Riley disappearing unexpectedly, there are enough character hits to acknowledge who Cosmic Cine can do. Misconceptions and benefits to his yield and show, Frank Grillo sold this film from the beginning. His co-conspirators may say that anyone is thinking about how to spend his money instead of receiving it, although there is no such illusion in the observations of General Iron Royal groups. The film has all the space with him and Frank Grillo feels very bad when the low wattage Bruce Willis fills the screen. Considering this verification and considering the loneliness mentality contemporary Hollywood should be surprised to hang its cap.