Co-starring with the actor is the young German revelation Helena Zengel, who has been nominated for awards such as the Golden Globe and SAG Awards.
Relatos do Mundo is the newest film starring Tom Hanks, which premiered today (10/02) on Netflix and is an American western adapted from a book of the same name by Paulette Giles. The production was previously released in cinemas in the United States and purchased by streaming for the rest of the world, and has received good reviews, mainly for performances by Hanks and the revelation Helena Zengel.
What is the history of world report?
Five years after the end of the Civil War, Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd (Hanks) travels from America to a city in a public place. Crossing the plains of Texas, he meets Johann, a 10-year-old girl captured 6 years ago by the Native American Kiowa tribe and raised as one of his own.
The film is a reinterpretation of American Western countries
A film of sorts through the American West, World report Directed by Paul Greengrass (in his second collaboration with Tom Hanks after Captain Phillips of 2013), most famous for his aesthetic focused on realism, the legacy of his past as a documentary filmmaker.
Despite acting in previously scheduled films, such as Forrest Gump, Saving Private Ryan and Bridge of Spies, the actor has never experienced western territories, a genre that has been in recent years with Quentin Tarantino and Alejando Gonzalez Inayaturu Has come up, for example. Hanks is also accompanied by Helena Zengel, a revelation from the German film Benny, already considered one of the most talented young actresses in world cinema and best supporting actress at the Golden Globe, SAG Awards and Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Is nominated for.
“Known for his frantic camera and countless breathtaking action sequences in his filmography, director Paul Greengrass steps into the wider westerns for the first time. His world report presents the restraint and tenacity necessary for a film of the genre, but This. It is still surprising to see that Greengrass’s domain is not destined to please the public only to some Western classics “, says Barbara Demerov in an AdoroCinema review.