Country: United States
Category: Drama, Horror
Release Date: 13 September, 2017
Director: Andy Muschietti
Starring: Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 138 minutes
Box Office: $?
“It”, movie (2017), In King's story, which is now a whole movie, it is not scarecrow, but fear itself-that ephemeral, intangible, nebulous emotion-which imbues its pages. Originally Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation) was to direct a version consisting of two films of the book of King on an ethereal entity that usually appears in the form of a circus clown.
But when they cut the budget, Fukunaga stepped aside and his place was taken over by director Andy Muschietti (Mama), and Gary Dauberman (Annabelle) modified the script that Fukunaga had armed with Chase Palmer.
It is a symphony of meta-terror, an intricate nightmare in which we are constantly reminded, as a person who daydreams, what is trying to make the film, without us being able to do anything to prevent it.
Staged in 1989 in the town of Derry, Maine, history takes place against a backdrop of deep proletarian misery. Although the protagonists are a group of seven innocent teenagers on a summer vacation, the adult world in which they find themselves is one of economic decline, hopelessness and moral decay.
Violent harassment, sexual abuse, neglect, and other human indignities permeate this gray universe of rusty, rusty melts, always in the middle of the light, as if concealing something.
#4 A great release date: September 13, 2017
King has said that It is his most personal novel, which should make us wonder how his childhood was. What sets this story in motion is the disappearance of Georgie (Robert Robert Scott), a boy who freaks out in a sewer in the first 10 minutes after encountering the aforementioned Pennywise (Bill Skarsgard). Why Georgie stops to talk to a creature that hides in the sewer, instead of running with mom and dad, is strange; but not illogical, because in fact Pennywise is not there to scare Georgie, but us.
And that's what it actually does. In the course of a long 2 hours 15 minutes, It breaks the whole book, retaking all genre resources: the abandoned house, the well, flooded basement, inhabited colander, zombies, paintings that come to life and terrifying messages written in blood .
The first case was the Russian film "Matilda" - which narrates the premarital relationship between the last Tsar, Nicolas II, and a famous dancer - has angered the Church and the Russian Imperial House who accuse her of desecrating the memory of the last saint Russian czar.
The campaign has as its mouthpiece to the famous deputy Natalia Poklónskaya, former Crimean prosecutor who surprised his own and strangers in the last march in honor of those fallen in the Second World War with an icon of Nicholas II.
The director of the Yekaterinburg Circus (Anatolian Marchevski) criticized the film based on a novel by Stephen King in which "evil" has the face of a clown named Pennywise (given to life by Bill Skarsgard.