Wednesday, September 11, 2019

HARVEY KEITEL, MALCOLM MCDOWELL TO STAR IN MALTESE INDEPENDENCE WAR PERIOD SET MOVIE 'JUST NOISE', ABOUT A STORY THAT HAS BEEN COVERED UP FOR NEARLY100 YEARS!

'JUST NOISE' MOVIE
  STORY THAT'S BEEN COVERED UP FOR NEARLY100 YEARS!
Harvey Keitel will take one of the lead roles
You will probably agree with me that most of the period set projects usually cover historical persons or events that are already well known to the general public, but here is a project that will cover a major event that most of the world knows nothing about! Davide Ferrario will helm JUST NOISE movie starring Harvey Keitel and Malcolm McDowell. It starts shooting this month for Autumn 2020 release. 

The story depicts the bloody fight by Maltese citizens for their independence against Britain in 1919, just after World War I. Due to a lack of information about the battle, or even much acknowledgement by the British government, the revolution is not documented and not widely
Malcolm McDowell will also star in the movie to be shot at Malta
known. About 115 Maltese citizens, mostly teenagers, were blamed for the violence and sentenced to life in jail. It is Malta’s long awaited triumph to share with the world about how a small Mediterranean island took on the British Empire.

8 comments:

  1. I can always get behind a film that highlights history that's been kept hidden away. I bet Jason will enjoy this one.

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    1. I love me such films! I'm probably one of the very few sites around the world that covers them!

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    2. We're glad that you do. So many good films are missed because everyone wants to cover the big blockbusters instead of highlighting these littler, but more important films.

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    3. That is my mission, and that is why I can really call myself and influencer LOL unlike all those wannabe bloggers on YouTube :) I bring international projects to English speaking audience around the world.

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  2. If there's not much know, they'll have a lot of freedom to stretch the truth the way they want for creative license.

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    1. I'd always trust defenders more than attackers.

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  3. I have never heard of this battle. Why were the Maltese teenagers sentenced to life in prison? This is definitely something that I'd be interested in watching.

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    1. Because the authorities were British, Malta gained independence only in the 1960s, the event in the film obviously wasn't successful for the poor people of Malta :(

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