Five Fingers for Marseilles Red Band Trailer
Uncork’d Entertainment has released the red band movie trailer for Five Fingers for Marseilles (2017). This trailer is violent. I have seen bloody westerns previously but I don’t think that I have seen anything at this level – inventive and gritty. This western is not all about pistols. Machetes, et cetera all come it play.
Five Fingers for Marseilles‘ plot synopsis: “Apartheid South Africa: The community of Railway, attached to the remote town of Marseilles, are the victims of brutal police oppression and only the young “Five Fingers” are willing to stand up to them. Their battle is heartfelt but innocent, until hot-headed Tau kills two policemen in an act of passion.
He flees, leaving his brothers and friends behind, but his action has triggered a conflict that will leave both Marseilles and the Five Fingers changed. Twenty years later, Tau is released from prison, now a feared and brutal outlaw, “The Lion of Marseilles.” But scarred and empty, he renounces violence and returns home desiring only to reconnect with those he left behind.”
Michael Matthews‘ Five Fingers for Marseilles stars Vuyo Dabula, Zethu Dlomo, Kenneth Fok, Warren Masemola, Dean Fourie, and Garth Breytenbach.
The people and the production companies behind-the-scenes of Five Fingers for Marseilles:
Written by Sean Drummond Produced by Asger Hussain, Yaron Schwartzman, Sean Drummond, Michael Matthews Executive Producers: Jeff Hoffman, Paulo Areal, Dumi Gumbi, Josh Green Co-Producer: Dylan Voogt Produced by Be Phat Motel Film Company & Game 7 Films, in association with Above the Clouds, Stage 5 Films, the National Film and Video Foundation, The Department of Trade and Industry.
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