Without a doubt, Clint Eastwood is synonymous with perennial talent that has been demonstrated in front of and behind the cameras with countless projects -various contemporary- such as Blood debt, million dollar Baby, Gran torino, The Sniper and Mule. Now, the veteran actor returns to the executive chair and to the leading roles with Cry Male. Then, do not lose the details of its premiere in national theaters.
What is it about?
Based on the novel by N. Richard Nash, written in 1975, Cry Male is directed by and starring Clint Eastwood; and with a script by Nick Schenk. The film sets us in Texas in the year 1979, where a former rodeo star and retired horse breeder (Eastwood) accepts a commission from a former boss: to bring his young son back home from Mexico to take him away from his mother. alcoholic. On the journey, the two will embark on an unexpected adventure and create a close connection that will lead Eastwood’s character to find his own redemption.
“Former rodeo star and retired horse breeder (Eastwood) accepts a commission from a former boss: to bring his young son home from Mexico to take him away from his alcoholic mother.”
And if we thought that Cry Male could be the film that marks his definitive retirement from the cinema, Clint Eastwood, who is currently 91 years old, has responded with a resounding “no”:
“I do not believe it. I’m constantly figuring out what to do next. I still love to take someone’s idea, be it a book or a play, and develop it. Maybe other people want to do some movies and retire, and that’s great. Maybe they have something else to do and keep busy. I do not. I love movies and I enjoy making them, “he said in an interview for For the.
In addition to Clint Eastwood, Dwight Yoakam, Daniel V. Graulau, Amber Lynn Ashley, Brytnee Ratledge, Alexandra Ruddy, Sebestien Soliz and the Mexican Horacio Garcia Rojas (Diablero; SOZ: Soldiers or Zombies).
Cry Male it is already available in national theaters. Check out our guide to Cinépolis and Cinemex releases.
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