The film will premiere in theaters on February 24th.
Greenwich Entertainment releases new trailer Charlotte Ramplingnew family drama JuniperThe feature has been billed as “a transformative tale of love, loss, and acceptance” and builds on its first directorial debut. Matthew J. SavilleExperience growing up in New Zealand.
In the new trailer, Rampling is a tough matriarch and former war journalist who, after breaking his leg, moves into his son’s home to be cared for by his grandson Sam. , recently kicked out of boarding school. The clip introduces Ruth as a feisty badass alcoholic who works to connect with her estranged grandchildren. The two minute clip also shows Ruth and Sam slowly warming up to each other. Ruth throws a glass at Sam for a drink, watches the sunrise together, and dances. Life in heartwarming vignettes.
The film cast Rampling as Ruth, George Ferrier as her troubled grandson Sam, Marton Csokas As Ruth’s son Robert, Edith Poor as Sarah, Ruth’s nurse; Interestingly, the title of the movie is Juniper Inspired by juniper berries, a key ingredient in gin, Ruth drinks at Jugful every day.The feature looks fresh, heartwarming, and interesting: Rampling’s performance stands out as the patriarch, and Ferrier as the reclusive but warm grandson. A heartfelt and moving story centered Juniper There is no doubt that it will remain in the hearts of fans.
The film has had excellent film festivals in Tallinn, Edinburgh, Munich, Brisbane and elsewhere.Saville directed from a script he wrote, and the beautiful New Zealand landscapes seen through the cinematographer’s lens. Martin Williams. Juniper is generated by Daley Armstrong When Angela Littlejohn In collaboration with the New Zealand Film Commission and Celsius Entertainment.Executive Producers include Andrew McKee, Richard Payton, Mark Chamberlain, Thierry Wasse-Bailey When Henriette Wolman.
The film will premiere in theaters on February 24th and on streaming services Amazon and Apple TV on April 4th. Check out the trailer and synopsis below.
Self-destructive teenager Sam (George Ferrier) returns home from boarding school to find his alcoholic, wheelchair-bound grandmother Ruth (Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling) have moved in. I was. A moving tale of loss and acceptance set against the gorgeous backdrop of New Zealand.