Orion Footage and Plan B Leisure have immediately shared a brand new trailer for Girls Speaking, the upcoming drama movie primarily based on Miriam Toews’ 2018 novel of the identical title and impressed by harrowing real-life occasions.
Although the costumes wouldn’t recommend so, Girls Speaking takes place in 2010, following a gaggle of ladies who reside in an remoted Mennonite colony. When the ladies understand that the lads of their colony have been sexually abusing them for years, they need to reckon with their strict Anabaptist views inside their harsh new actuality.
“We all know that we’ve not imagined these assaults,” one of many ladies, Salome (Claire Foy), says tearily within the trailer. “We all know that we’re bruised and contaminated and pregnant and a few of us are useless.” One other lady, Ona (Rooney Mara), concurs: “We can not forgive as a result of we’re compelled to.” Finally, they slender down their choices: Do nothing, keep and struggle, or depart.
Girls Speaking additionally stars Frances McDormand, Jessie Buckley, Judith Ivey, Ben Whishaw, and Sheila McCarthy. Written and directed by Sarah Polley, it will get a restricted theatrical launch this Christmas earlier than its vast launch January sixth. Watch the Girls Speaking trailer beneath.
Mara can be set to star as Audrey Hepburn in Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming biopic in regards to the actress, whereas McDormand appeared in Joel Coen’s Shakespeare reimagining The Tragedy of Macbeth earlier this yr. In Might, Buckley starred in Alex Garland’s horror movie Males.