Augustine Frizzell’s time-spanning love tale co-starring Felicity Jones will debut on Netflix in July.
Actress grew to become filmmaker Augustine Frizzell makes her splashy Netflix characteristic debut with the approaching romantic drama, “The Closing Letter from Your Lover,” which is scheduled to drop at the streaming platform July 23. The movie stars Shailene Woodley in her first main main function since Drake Doremus’ 2019 “Endings, Beginnings” (additionally a romance), and he or she’s joined through Callum Turner, Academy Award nominee Felicity Jones, Joe Alwyn, and Nabhaan Rizwan. In conjunction with a large global ensemble, the movie additionally spans time sessions (the 1960s and the prevailing day) and places (London and the French Riviera). Watch the primary trailer underneath.
Right here’s the reliable synopsis from Netfix: “A couple of interwoven tales set within the provide and previous, ‘The Closing Letter from Your Lover’ follows Ellie Haworth (Felicity Jones), an bold journalist who discovers a trove of secret love letters from 1965 and turns into decided to unravel the thriller of the forbidden affair at their heart. As she uncovers the tale at the back of Jennifer Stirling (Shailene Woodley), the spouse of a rich industrialist, and Anthony O’Hare (Callum Turner) the monetary journalist assigned to hide him, a love tale of Ellie’s personal starts to spread with the help of an earnest and endearing archivist (Nabhaan Rizwan) who is helping her monitor down extra letters. In accordance with the radical through JoJo Moyes and directed through Augustine Frizzell.”
The movie has been wrapped since December 2019, when it finished filming in the UK. The script, in keeping with Jojo Moyes’ romance novel, comes from poet Esta Spalding and “The Sense of an Finishing” screenwriter Nick Payne. Augustine Frizzell, in the meantime, directed the 2018 Sundance Movie Competition access “By no means Goin’ Again,” but in addition served because the director and govt manufacturer at the pilot for HBO’s “Euphoria.”
“Earlier than I even learn the script I used to be vulnerable to mention sure,” Woodley told Entertainment Weekly lately, having been keen on Frizzell’s paintings. “I were in reality short of to paintings with Augustine and simply cherished her as a human being… Then I learn the script and it used to be in reality fantastically done — I don’t really feel like there’s a large number of motion pictures which are informed this fashion and also are done in some way that’s totally entertaining and clever.”
Woodley added, “You realize the struggles that include being a lady, in particular in that point generation, making selections for herself and opting for a trail that possibly isn’t essentially the most well-worn, but is essentially the most enjoyable. There aren’t a large number of tales about girls who do make selections for themselves even if there are critical penalties and repercussions.”