What Martin McDonagh’s work is about, what critics think about it and who stars in the film: there are Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Peter Dinklage
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It airs tonight in prime time on Rai 3 the film Three Billboards in Ebbing, Missouri. The film is from 2017 and has garnered a very positive reception from specialized critics. In the cast some Hollywood stars, starting from the always very good Frances McDormand.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing plot, what the film is about an unsolved murder in Missouri
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri tells of the crusade undertaken by a Missouri resident against the local police, guilty, in her view, of the inability to solve a murder case: the one that saw her daughter as the victim.
Mildred Hayes’ efforts begin with the three headline manifestos. These are as many billboards in sequence, rented by Mildred and filled with the sentence, broken into three parts: “Raped while she was dying”, “And still no arrest”, “Why, Sheriff Willoughby?”
Three Billboards for Ebbing cast, who are the actors of the 2017 film set in Missouri
Frances McDormand plays Mildred Hayes, the mother of the murdered girl. The three posters mentioned above target the sheriff played by Woody Harrelson. Sam Rockwell plays Agent Jason Dixon, while Peter Dinklage it’s James.
We have seen the same actors in Nomadland (Frances McDormand, she is the nomad protagonist) or in the Game of Thrones series (where Peter Dinklage plays Tyrion Lannister).
Lead actress Frances McDormand.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing reviews, is Martin McDonagh’s work worth seeing?
On the site Metacritics, which rates reviews posted online and derives an aggregate average, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (this was the original title of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) garnered a total vote of 88. This is a very good result, as is 7.8 of the users. However, viewers proved to be less generous than specialized critics.
Martin McDonaghwho is behind the camera, is the same director of In Bruges – The assassin’s conscience, of 2008, or 7 psychopaths, of 2012. The film was presented at the 74th Venice International Film Festival, at the Toronto International Film Festival at the BFI London Film Festival, garnering quite a few acclaim from those who saw it in preview.