“Belfast” exposed the poster, and the teenager jumped up


In the film “Belfast”, which won the award at the Toronto Film Festival, a brand new poster was exposed.

On the poster, the little protagonist of “Belfast” jumps up high, full of innocence and childishness.

Below him are the adult characters in the film.

"Belfast" exposed the poster, and the teenager jumped up

The whole poster is based on black and white, the characters are arranged in random, natural looks, and it is very quiet and calm.

It should be said that such a poster is quite in line with the tone of “Belfast”.

“Belfast” will be adapted from Kenneth Branagh’s life in Belfast in the 1960s.

Through the eyes of a 9-year-old movie-crazy boy, the film observes a nation and region in a chaotic situation.

For the film, Kenneth Branagh said it was “not fictional.”

He said: “This is a very personal film, partly in Belfast, partly in other places, partly in the past, partly in the present. I hope there is humor and emotion in it.”

Due to the epidemic situation, during the filming, all the cast and crew must undergo nucleic acid tests every day and remain vigilant at all times-because 50% of the scenes are filmed outdoors.

“Belfast” was written and directed by Kenneth Branagh and brought together actors such as Colin Morgan, Ciarán Hinds, Judi Dench, and Jamie Dornan.

And ten years old Jude Hill will become a starring star.

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Currently, “Belfast” has been bought by Focus Pictures and is scheduled to be released on November 12.

“Belfast” won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival.

The award has always been an important indicator for the Oscars. The previous award-winning “Green Book”, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing” and “La La Land” all won important Oscars.

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