The actor who won the Oscar for his work in Joker heads a tender film. It will hit theaters in Latin America this year.
If you are one of those who closely follow the career of Joaquin Phoenix you don’t want to miss its next release. Still no release date in Latin America, it will be distributed by Diamond Films and it will show it in a much more human facet than what was seen in Joker, movie for which he won the Oscar in 2020. Maybe you came across this title and didn’t pay attention to it, that’s why we tell you what this very tender story is about.
Joaquin Phoenix head C’mon, C’mon: always forward, a production directed by Mike Mills Focused on Johnny, a man who works in a radio station and who carries out a project of interviews with children who he asks about philosophical things that adults usually talk about, with the idea of putting together a report. His project will be, at first, interrupted by the appearance of his sister, with whom he has not spoken for a while, who will ask him to take care of his son for a few days. Those days turn into weeks and Johnny soon has to fit the boy into his routine.
From that change, a great friendship will be born between the two with great paternity overtones on the part of Johnny in a film that aims to investigate both life and upbringing and the links with the people we love the most. The story is loaded with a lot of freshness and tenderness, especially because of the great chemistry that they managed to compose so much Phoenix like his colleague, the young man Woody Norman, which stands out for the way in which he interprets the little Jesse.
The central axis of this film will be in that bond between the two protagonists that many times will reverse the roles and make Johnny Finish by reflecting on your own life, on the goals we set ourselves, the priorities we have, and how all this affects both our environment and our loved ones. C’mon, C’mon is the first feature film that Phoenix stars since the premiere of Joker.
Netflix also has its parenting movie
If it is about raising the little ones, Netflix It also has a movie that was much commented on the last time and that you should see if you like the work of Olivia Colman. Is about The Lost Daughter, the debut of Maggie Gyllenhaal that focuses on a literature teacher who goes on vacation to Greece and there she meets a very particular family that will stir up memories of her past, especially associated with how she raised her daughters and the relationship she has with them.[display-posts orderby="rand"]