“Vesper,” the new post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie released this week

Vesper was released three days ago and is a new post-apocalyptic indie film. One of the strong points, albeit not so well known, is the protagonist of the new “Vesper” movie, It’s Eddie Marsan.

behavior In 140 titles both on television and in seventh art. As he told Photogramas magazine, The first ten years of my career didn’t go well for me. Nothing came of it and I had to turn several times to help the unemployed.

For those who have been waiting for a new installment in the dystopian genre, it has arrived from the hands of directors and screenwriters Cristina Bozzetto and Bruno Samper. The feature film presents us with a post-apocalyptic world where the Earth is no longer nourished by plants.

The film stands out for its amazing directing, the artistry of the film itself, and Amazing special effects that they have created It premiered last Thursday.

Protagonist and plot

As he told the magazine, He has never been involved in science fiction films and confirms that he is not “a fan of science fiction cinema and yes to serious interpretations”, He also adds that he thought “with them I could do the latter in a genre I hadn’t touched”.

He has also commented on his evil personality and said he was “never asked” to be himself “Because no one knows who I really am. They always ask me to be a completely different person.”

the The plot operates in a dystopia that is set in a completely new world but at the same time overdeveloped and primitive. It’s a community feudal technology but with Economic and environmental collapse. The title of the movie gives its name to the 13-year-old teenager who struggles to survive in a post-apocalyptic world caring for her ailing father.

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