Starring Vanessa Kirby, Shia LaBeouf, Molly Parker, Sarah Snook, Iliza Schelsinger, Benny Safi, Jimmy Falls, and Ellen Burstyn explain the implications of marriage shortly after the birth of a couple. Best known for directing White godHungarian filmmaker Mundrukso made his English-language debut on the film.
Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn talk Cornell Mundruzzo’s ‘Peas of a Woman’ – Venice
Kirby was named the winner of the Coppa Volpi for Best Actress today.
Mundrukose said: “As a European filmmaker, I cannot be more excited and appreciative to find my home for this film with Netflix. Their taste in independent cinema seems to be that of the joint artists of the 1970s. The real champion of filmmakers and the original voice for today. ”
When an unstoppable tragedy haunts a young mother (Kirby), she begins a year of mourning that touches her husband (LaBeouf), her mother (Burstyn), and her babysitter (Parker). Kata Weber wrote the screenplay. Martha is a wounded executive and Shawn is a construction worker with an unstable past. They have found love amidst a class divide and are eagerly expecting their first child. Complications with a babysitter (Parker) interrupt their planned home birth, sending the couple into tragedy in a broken order. Martha’s initial reaction is that her body is still telling him that she is still pregnant. Sean blames someone for his loss, his fury coupled with his helplessness. Martha’s mother (Burstyn) introduces her own indomitable hopes. Eventually, Martha realizes that the only means for her to survive is to make her own way.
The Pic is produced by Kevin Turren and Ashley Levinson by Little Lamb Productions and Aaron Rider. Execution producers are Martin Scorsese, Sam Levinson, Stuart Manshill, Victoria Petrani, Jason Cloth, Richard McConnell, Suraj Marboyna for Creative Wealth Media, Aaron Gilbert for Steven Studios and Steven Thibault.
CAA Media Finance and Bron Release brokered the deal.
When Scorssey rode as exec producer, he told Deadline “It’s lucky to see a film that surprises you.” It is a privilege to help him find the broad audience he deserves. For me the pieces of a woman were a deep and unique experience. I was emotionally invested in it from the first scene, and as I watched, spelled out only by filmmaking and the work of a brilliant cast that included my old colleague Ellen Burstyn, the experience intensified as well. You feel as if you have been thrust into the vortex of a family crisis and moral conflict with all its nuances, with care and compassion, but without judgment. Kornél Mundruczó has a fluid, immersive style with a camera that is difficult to look away from, and impossible not to care for. ”