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trailer of the feel good movie with Kristin Scott Thomas

trailer of the feel good movie with Kristin Scott Thomas

Inspired by a true story, “Military Wives” tells the success of wives of soldiers mobilized in Afghanistan, who had the idea of ​​creating a choir to free themselves from their emotions in music. Led by Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan, this dramatic comedy produced by a specialist in the genre is entitled to its first trailer.

In 2011, while working on the show The Choir broadcast on the BBC, choirmaster Gareth Malone decides to train a choir made up of wives of deployed soldiers. The musician’s goal is to help these women express their feelings through song. A story that inspired the feature film military wiveswhich is revealed through a trailer.

By the director of The Full Monty

In this film which promises its share of emotions, the choir is formed by Kate and Lisa, whose the spouses are mobilized in Afghanistan. As their group gradually manages to calm your fears with musiche enjoyed growing success, which led him to perform for Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Albert Hallin London, as part of a ceremony organized in honor of soldiers who died in combat.

Worn by Kristin Scott Thomas, who was recently seen in Dark Hours and At fingertipsas well as Sharon Horgan, star of the series Disaster, military wives promises to be a poignant self-help tale. A feel good movie orchestrated by Peter Cattaneo, a specialist in the genre. The director has already proclaimed his love for music through two comedies, The Full Monty and The Rocker. In 1998, the first had been nominated for the Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director, and had won the statuette for Best Music, awarded to composer Anne Dudley.

Suffice to say that Peter Cattaneo masters his subject and that military wives has a great chance of appealing to fans of the genre. Lara Rossi, Amy James-Kelly and Jason Flemyng round out the film’s cast, announced for 6 March 2020 in UK cinemas. In France, a release date has not yet been set.

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