LONDON (Reuters) – British director Steve McQueen will open up his to start with significant characteristic due to the fact “12 Several years a Slave” received an Oscar in 2013 when thriller “Widows” kicks off the BFI London Film Competition in Oct.
The film stars Academy Award winner Viola Davis, “Rapid and Furious” actress Michelle Rodriguez and “The Evening Supervisor's Elizabeth Debicki between other big names.
The pageant website describes the motion picture, set in Chicago, has a “complicated thriller about a team of women with almost nothing in popular except a debt left driving by their useless husbands' legal pursuits.
British crime author Lynda La Plante.
“Observing the Uk Tv version of Lynda The Plante's initial thriller as a teen in the 80s experienced a significant influence on me and feels incredibly special with this film with a Uk viewers,” McQueen claimed in a assertion.
The film, co-composed by McQueen and novelist Gillian Flynn, will kick off the Oct 10-21 pageant at its Opening Evening Gala.
Reporting By Marie-Louise Gumuchian Modifying by Matthew Mpoke Bigg