The Great Beauty director Paolo Sorrentino returns with trailer for new film Youth

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If you haven’t seen 2013’s The Great Beauty, I highly recommend catching it during your next movie evening (I think it’s still on Netflix), a stylish and insidiously soul-shattering film about growing old disgracefully in Rome that was the deserving winner of the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar that year.To get more news about wool net, you can visit our official website.

Italian director Paolo Sorrentino is sticking with ageing as a theme with his next film, paradoxically titled Youth, which received a standing ovation at Cannes and was promptly picked up by Fox Searchlight.

It sees Michael Caine play a retired composer called Fred who vacations in a luxury Swiss Alps lodge with his film director friend (Harvey Keitel).

Fred has no plans to return to composing despite a request from the Queen of England, while Mich is determined to finish a screenplay for what might be his leading lady and muse’s (Jane Fonda) last role.

Paul Dano and Rachel Weisz co-star in Youth, which will be released in cinemas on 4 December, 2015.
Outside of the festival’s acting winners, Venice cemented several films, actors and directors, as strong awards contenders for the season to come. Brendan Fraser moved many to tears for his portrayal of Charlie, a reclusive English teacher who weighs 600 pounds and is attempting to mend things with his estranged, cruel daughter Ellie (Sadie Sink) in Darren Aronofsky’s “The Whale.”

If standing ovation timers are any indication of reception, some of the most beloved of the festival were Andrew Domink’s “Blonde,” an evocative, semi fictional account of Marilyn Monroe’s life, starring Ana de Armas, and “The Banshees of Inisherin.” “Banshees” got a reported 13-minute standing ovation to “Blonde’s” 14 minutes—nearly double that of most other well-liked films.

Posted 16 Nov 2022

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