Moonlight director Barry Jenkins has released a new trailer for his upcoming series, The Underground Railroad, which is showing entirely opposite.
Director Barry Jenkins has released another trailer for his upcoming limited series Underground railwayThat is set To premiere sometime in 2021 on Amazon Prime Video. The 10-part series is based on Coulson Whitehead’s novel of the same name, which follows Cora Randall (Thoso Mbedu), a girl born into slavery in the prewar South, and her struggle for freedom. Both the novel and the show re-imagine the underground railroad that helped thousands of black men and women escape slavery as a true railroad full of trains and train tracks. Underground railway Not Jenkins’ first project in the world of adaptations from book to screen, as he also helped edit the film for James Baldwin’s novel If Bill Street could speak In 2018 as a follow-up to Oscar-winning moon light.
Jenkins He released his latest trailer for his latest project Underground railway On Vimeo, with the title “In Aeternum” (Latin for “forever”). The moody trailer features a series of seemingly unrelated shots that are projected in the opposite direction and the evocative score Jenkins’ frequent collaborator Nicholas Brittel. The photos – including two people running back across a field and a woman wandering around a burning house – reveal more about the aesthetic of the show than they do about the actual plot. It’s unclear if the reverse footage will be included in the series or if it just serves as an art promotional release. Check out the trailer below:
All joke trailers For Underground railway We suggest that Jenkins will continue to demonstrate his fondness for ethereal imagery and poetic visual storytelling in the limited series. His signature style earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Director as well as winning Best Picture in 2017, and the positive reaction to the new trailer means the style will continue to work with him in the future. behind Underground railway, Jenkins Scheduled to direct next Disney movie Live action or direct event the king lion prefix.
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