A film about the Creator of the car from Back to the future show at the closing of the Venetian kinofest

Фильм о создателе автомобиля из Назад в будущее покажут на закрытии Венецианского кинофеста

A biography of the Creator of the car DeLorean DMC-12 John DeLorean – Driven (“Driven”) will show at the closing ceremony of the 75th Venice film festival. The film will not participate in the competition. This was reported on the website of the film forum.

The main character has gained experience in the production of cars in the Pontiac company in the 1960s. In 1973, he founded his own brand DeLorean Motor Company. His goal was to create the best car in the world, which would be a cheap, stylish, fast and durable. Its development took eight years. The main feature of this model steel door that opened up.

The car was in the film “Back to the future” is around the heroes of the tape. However, the commercial success of the machine is not purchased. It was sold only 8.5 million copies. So the DeLorean had to sell the company.

The main role in the film was played by Lee pace. He is known for his role of king of the wood elves of Thranduil in the trilogy “the Hobbit”. With him in the film was played by Jason Sudeikis (“horrible bosses”, “We’re the Millers”) and Judy Greer (“planet of the apes: War”, “ant-Man and Wasp”). Directed by Nick Hamm (“Killing Bono”). One of the variants of localized translation of the title of the film – “the Car in a million”.

The 75th Venice film festival will be held from 29 August to 8 September. Its jury will be headed by Guillermo del Toro, who last year triumphal on this kinofest with his band “Form of water”.

The forum will open another biographical drama “the Man on the moon” – about the astronaut Neil Armstrong. The main role in it played by Ryan Gosling (“blade Runner 2049”) and Claire Foy (TV’s “Crown”) and directed by Damien Shazell (“La La land”).

As previously reported, the festival will host a special screening of the documentary film by the Ukrainian Director Sergei Loznitsa “the Process”.

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