The French Dispatch da domani su Disney +

Instagram: da oggi l'adesivo con link sulle Storie è disponibile per tutti

The French Dispatch will be available on Disney + from tomorrow. Among the most anticipated releases of the month of February there is certainly this brand new work written and directed by director Wes Anderson. The film was seen in cinemas in Italy during last November 2021 and from tomorrow, February 16, 2022, it will be possible to watch it from the Disney + streaming catalog comfortably at home!

Impossible not to mention this highly anticipated release. There are many viewers who were unable to attend the film during the end of last 2021, due to the pandemic. Certainly, for all cinema lovers, this is a job that deserves attention: The French Dispatch is the last vision written and directed by Wes Anderson.

Love for journalism

The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sunalso known simply as The French Dispatch, is split into three separate story lines. Three stories with different characters and events, but all connected to editorial board of the newspaper “The French DispatchWhich appears to be the European version of the American “Evening Sun” magazine from Libery, Kansas.

A collection of stories published in the newspaper during a great historical space of time during the twentieth century in the invented French town of Ennui-sur-Blasé. The magazine is absolutely rich in topics and, for this reason, very popular and interesting. He writes about politics, news, art, fashion, general culture and “splits” of life. For some reasons that we do not want to “spoil”, the editors of The French Dispatch decide to publish a commemorative issue, which collects all the successful articles that the magazine has published in recent years, focusing in particular on 3 stories.

The French Dispatch da domani su Disney +

In the editorial office of the French Dispatch, Wes Anderson has “packaged” a cast of excellence which leads all curious viewers to have even more interest in the film.

Bill Murray as director Arthur Howitzer Jr., Elisabeth Moss, Tilda Swinton, Fisher Stevens, Griffin Dunne, Owen Wilson. In the cast of the film also Adrien Brody, Jeffrey Wright, Benicio del Toro together with Léa Seydoux. It’s still Timothée Chalamet, Saoirse Ronan, Mathieu Amalric, Lyna Khoudri, Willem Dafoe, Edward Norton, Christoph Waltz and Anjelica Huston.

The director defined it “A tribute to many things“And in particular” A love letter to journalists “. The film, stylistically almost perfect and rich in details, was born frominspiration for “The New Yorker”That Wes Anderson has been reading since he was a kid.

It is worth attending this show that has seen a gross of 43 million dollars worldwide, full of situations and grotesque and amusing events but filled with love for journalism.

Watch the trailer by clicking here and leave us a comment!

Are you looking for new movies and new TV series to watch? Discover the new subscription to Disney +, the streaming home of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, National Geographic and now Star too. Subscribe now to only 8.99 euros per month on this page.