A war movie, but also a film about brotherhood and camaraderie. It will arrive in American cinemas on April 21 and in the rest of the world, including Italy, streaming on Prime Video.
While still waiting to see, somewhere, his Operation Fortune: Cunning of War (which arrives in US cinemas on February 4), Guy Ritchie, certainly not one who likes to sit idly by, has a new film ready on the launch pad. This time a contemporary war film, which he has in Jake Gyllenhaal its star performer.
The film is called The Covenantis based on the screenplay written by the same Ritchie along with Ivan Atkinson and Marn Davies, and see Gyllenhaal as an American soldier stationed in Afghanistan who embarks on an impossible mission to try to save his interpreter, who had previously saved his life.
In the role of the interpreter is the Danish actor of Iraqi origin Dar Salimalso known for his participation in the Game of Thrones in the role of Qotho, and completing the cast we find, among others, Alexander Ludwig, Antony Starr, Jason Wong and Emily Beecham.
The Covenant will be released in American cinemas on April 21, while it will arrive in the rest of the world, including Italy in streaming su Prime Video.
This is the original official trailer for The Covenant, with its synopsis:
Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant tells the story of US Army Sergeant John Kinley and Afghan interpreter Ahmed. After an ambush, Ahmed makes herculean efforts to save Kinley’s life. When Kinley learns that Ahmed and his family have not been granted safe passage to America as promised, he must pay off his debt by returning to the war zone to retrieve them before the Taliban hunt them down first. .
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