The Painted Bird Trailer #1 (2020) | Movieclips Indie

The Painted Bird Trailer #1 (2020) | Movieclips Indie

Check out the new trailer for The Painted Bird starring Stellan Skarsgard! Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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US Release Date: July 17, 2020
Starring: Stellan Skarsgard, Harvey Keitel, Barry Pepper
Directed By: Václav Marhoul
Synopsis: A young Jewish boy somewhere in Eastern Europe seeks refuge during World War II where he encounters many different characters.

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  1. Strange but there is no score to the film. The song at the end by one of the actresses is so beautiful. I’m a composer and thinking of putting a score to this being there is none.

  2. During the movie he sort of travels from what could be the middle ages (horse drawn technology and the wooden mill located on the river) to more modern times like WW2 (the German Invasion of Russia and a band of horse-mounted village pillaging Cossacks) possibly until in the final scene where he's traveling on a public bus.

  3. Well, if it’s half as affecting as the book, this is certainly not a laugher.
    I’m not entirely sure I want to see this movie, TBH…I read the book decades ago, but the imagery is still in my mind

  4. I read the book thirty years ago, and it was an horrific revelation. The brutality of life in Central Europe during and after the war was brought home to me in a visceral way. I hope the film does justice to the book.

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