Waiting For The Barbarians is a drama based film that premiered at the Venice Film Festival on September 6, 2019. Today, Samuel Goldwyn Films has released a trailer for Waiting for the Barbarians, which will be marking the English-language debut of Colombian filmmaker Ciro Guerra The trailer of the film Waiting For The Barbarians is finally out and stars Academy winner Mark Rylance, Johnny Depp and Robert Pattinson. As the trailer of the 2019 film Waiting For The Barbarians releases today, the movie will release on VOD on August 7, 2020.
Based on the 1980 novel by J.M. Coetzee, the film Waiting For The Barbarians tells the story of a magistrate of an isolated frontier settlement on the border of an unnamed empire. In a turn of events, the plans of the magistrate who is looking forward towards an easy retirement changes when Colonel Joll arrives to report the activities of the barbarians who are planning to attack against the regime. The plot of the film revolves around the magistrate who undergoes ruthless interrogation, by the Colonel and officer, questioning his loyalty.
The trailer of the film starts with a wide shot of Colonel Joll arriving to the frontier bringing along a small troop with him. As the trailer goes on, the lead characters of the film are introduced in the first few seconds starting with actor Mark Rylance who plays the magistrate. Later, Johnny Depp who plays Colonel Joll’s character is introduced upon his arrival at the frontier. Moving forward, Robert Pattinson, who is in the role of an officer of the regime is introduced.
Meanwhile, apart from Rylance, Johnny Depp and Robert Pattinson, the character of ‘The Girl’ is played by Gana Bayarsaikhan. The film also stars Greta Scacchi, David Dencik, Sam Reid, Harry Melling, and Bill Milner. Also Read: Britney Spears Screams 'Baby, Be Quiet' As Her Boyfriend Sam Asghari Interrupts Her Pride Month Message - WATCH
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