Jim Carrey uzvraća zlobnim okrutom u zlim zločinima

Tamni zločini - Jim Carrey

Nadolazeći film, Tamni zločini, zvijezde Jim Carrey - da, bivši Hollywoodski funnyman - kao detektiv na rubu zdravlja, istražujući uznemirujući zločin koji povezuje romanopisca.

The film is actually based on the real life story of Polish writer and photographer, Krystian Bala, who detailed the murder of a young girl in his supposedly fictional novel. Bala’s depiction of the murder was based on the suspicion that the girl had an affair with his estranged wife.

It was a startling and bizarre tale that took the Polish media by storm, and apparently caught the eye of Saban Films and Jim Carrey… enough for Hollywood to turn Bala’s real life tale into an actual movie called Tamni zločini.

Čini se da ima puno više pukotina i prljavštine u vezi s tim reinterpretiranjem događaja u stvarnom životu, kao što možete vidjeti savjete o 8mm i Obećanje etched into the fabric of the film, even if all we’ve seen so far is a very well put together and compelling trailer. You can check it out for yourself with the trailer below, courtesy of Rapid Trailer.

Zamislim da bi itko tko je već upoznat sa stvarnim događajem znati kako se priča igra, ali za mnoge Amerikance koji će samo biti upoznati s Tamni zločini because of Jim Carrey’s involvement, this is likely going to be a fresh look at a disturbing murder that took place in the land of the Poles.

Essentially Carrey takes on the role of a down and out detective who becomes obsessed with an author after details of a murder are explicitly depicted in his work of fiction, not unlike what happened in Yoo Ha’s 2006 South Korean film, Prljavi karneval.

Carrey, međutim, zauzima slučaj na sljedeću razinu, potiče autora, pita se u svoj život i ide dalje od poziva dužnosti.

Prikolica daje filmu prilično tmuran i mračan predložak za pokrivanje sablasne priče.

I imagine some Conservatives will be leery to support a film starring Jim Carrey after he took swipes at Trump’s cabinet, but I do wonder if the Polish will go out to support the film and some of Carrey’s old fans willing to see him tackle dark subject matter, similar to his dive off the deep in the thriller, Broj 23?