Apple goes all out with ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’. Martin Scorsese’s film, of which the first video preview was recently seen, is beginning to go through festivals before reaching screens around the world and first impressions have left their mark.
The film has already been seen at the Cannes Film Festival, an event that even Tim Cook himself has attended calling it “unforgettable” On twitter. And from the first reviews that are beginning to be seen, Looks like we have a movie of the year candidate. both in those awards and on Apple TV + and the rest of the film industry.
“His best film since ‘The Wolf of Wall Street'”
The CEO of Apple has not shared any image about his presence at the gala but it has been seen and recorded by other people, as can be seen in this TikTok where DiCaprio arrives at the festival reception:
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Tim stresses in his tweet that the intention of Apple TV+ has always been to “tell stories that make a difference,” and thanks the Osage Nation and Martin Scorsese (as well as everyone involved in the filming) for completing the one that it will be Scorsese’s longest film to date.
And it is that ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ deals with the extermination of the Osage in the United States a century ago, one of the darkest episodes in the country. The Rotten Tomatoes website already collects the criticisms of the first experts who have seen it, and among them they put together a score of 97 out of 100.
“Scorsese’s best movie since ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’.” “Scorsese triumphs again.” The comments of the critics are in line with the scores, which at this level are only put in films that bet hard for the Palme d’Or in Cannes and to highlight a minimum in the next Oscars.
The film will open in limited release in a few theaters on October 6, to celebrate a world premiere in conditions from October 20 in the rest of the rooms. There is still no confirmed release date on Apple TV +, but it should be a few weeks after that premiere.
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