Based on the 1960s case report, The Boston Strangler will be available on Disney+ starting March 17. So here is the Italian trailer.
The Boston Strangler – thriller true crime which tells of the commitment of two journalists to stop the serial killer active in the 60s – will be available, in Italy, on Disney+ – in the Star section – from March 17. In these hours, therefore, the Italian trailer of the filmwhich boasts in the cast the presence of Keira Knightley e Carrie Coon.
The Boston Strangler – Plot, cast and trailer for Matt Ruskin’s true crime thriller
The Boston Strangler tells the story of the serial killer from the point of view of two journalists who are the first to take an interest in the case. Loretta McLaughlin, a reporter for the Record-American newspaper, was in fact the first to connect three cases of unsolved murders, assuming that they were all the work of the same killer. Helped by a friend and colleague John Coole, will then try to get the investigation going, coming to jeopardize his own life. The film also focuses on climate of misogyny and sexism in early 1960s Bostonwhich several times risked destroying the search for truth of the two protagonists.
To take on the role of Loretta McLaughlin is Keira KnightleyWhile Carrie Coon interpreta Jean Coole. Knightley – Oscar nominee for Pride and Prejudice e The Imitation Game – then returns to confront a character who really existed after the numerous biopics in which he took part. Carrie Coon instead she is known to the general public for her roles in it The lying love – Gone Girl e Ghostbusters: Legacy. The star also appeared in the MCU – has lent body and voice to the villain Proxima Noxallied with Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War ed Avengers: Endgame – while in television she appeared in the series The Leftovers – Vanished into thin air and in the third season of Fargo. They then complete the cast Alessandro Nivola, David Dastmalchian, Morgan Spector, Bill Camp e Chris Cooper – Academy Award Winner for The Orchid Thief. The film is written and directed by Matt Ruskin, director originally from Boston who wanted to explore a story that took place in his city, which he has heard about since he was a boy. In the team of manufacturers instead appear Ridley Scott, Kevin J. Walsh, Michael Pruss, Josey McNamara and Tom Ackerley. Michael Fottrell and Sam Roston are instead involved in the project as executive producers. Licensed 20th Century Studios, The Boston Strangler will then be available, as mentioned, in streaming on Disney +, while in the United States it will be distributed exclusively on Hulu. Appointment therefore at March 17to discover the extraordinary contribution of the two journalists to the capture of one of the most ruthless serial killers of all time.
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