Jack Kilmer to Star in Parisian Terrorist Attack Movie ‘Violent Delights’

Jack Kilmer to Star in Parisian Terrorist Attack Movie ‘Violent Delights’

Hollywood prepares a film inspired by the November 13 attacks in Paris

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The film, entitled “Violent Delights,” is scheduled to be the first feature film by American director Rachel Palumbo.

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Once again, fiction draws its inspiration from reality. But the film project unveiled Monday risks creating a lot of reservations on this side of the Atlantic. On the sidelines of the Berlinale festival, which was held until 18 February, US producers announced plans to produce a feature film during the attacks of 13 November 2015. Attacks in which 130 people were killed.

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His title ? “Violent Delights,” literally “Violent Pleasures” literally. This expression is perhaps a reference to a famous replica of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, “These violent delights have violent ends.”

 

The shooting scheduled for this summer

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the feature film will follow the crossed destinies of a group of punk musicians and art students on the one hand, and on the other a young man from an immigrant family. One of the main roles, that of the singer of the punk group, was to be held by Jack Kilmer, the son of Val Kilmer, seen recently in “The Nice Guys” with Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling. But according to Variety, the other reference for the topicality of cinema in the United States, he would have withdrawn from the project.

The name of Timur Magomedgadshviev is evoked for him to interpret the young immigrant. The actor appeared in the cast of the last two films of the Dardenne brothers, “Two Days, One Night” and “The Unknown Girl”. Rachel Palumbo, who will be the first feature film, should officiate behind the camera. Filming is scheduled for this summer, between Paris and Los Angeles.

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