The Hanging Sun is the new film directed by Francesco Carrozzini and based on the novel by Jo Nesbø which sees Alessandro Borghi as an international star and is exclusively previewed on Sky Cinema and NOW
The Hanging Sun is the new film directed by Francesco Carrozzini which closed the Venice Film Festival 2022 and is based on the novel by Jo Nesbø, entitled Midnight Sun. In this international film, the star is Alessandro Borghi, who plays the protagonist.
The Hanging Sun – Sun at midnight exclusive preview on Sky Cinema and NOW
The actor has also transformed aesthetically in this film to play the protagonist, a man fleeing his violent past and heading towards the Far North, where the sun never sets. On this journey he will meet a woman and he her son who will change his perspective on life. Alongside him, other actors of great caliber such as Peter Mullan and Charles Dance and emerging youngsters such as Jessica Brown Findlay. The film is an Italian-British co-production and the rest of the cast is of Anglo-Saxon origins. In this film we can see the Roman actor in another excellent performance in which he acts in English, like in the TV series Diavoli and here too he never ceases to amaze with his talent.
The Hanging Sun: the synopsis of the film with Alessandro Borghi
John (Alessandro Borghi) is on the run. He finds shelter in the thick of the forest, close to an isolated village in the far north, where religion dominates, the sun never sets and people seem to belong to another era. Between him and his fate there are only Lea (Jessica Brown Findlay), a woman in difficulty but with great strength, and her son Caleb, a curious child with a pure heart. While the midnight sun confuses reality and imagination, John will have to face the tragic past that haunts him.
The film is available in exclusive preview on Sky Cinema and NOW for all subscribers.
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