Ryan Gosling, Evan Rachel Wood along with Marisa Tomei, are part of The Ideas of March cast. These beloved actresses star together with known George Clooney. This grandiose movie will tell the story of young press officer (Ryan Gosling) of a candidate in the Democratic primary to qualify for the U.S. presidency. The journalist must try to survive in the choppy waters of political maneuvering, the interests of all kinds and the seduction of a young intern.
The original text was inspired by primaries held in the Democratic Party in 2004 in this way to select a candidate for president of the United States. The protagonist of the story would be responsible for the campaign of one of the candidates, a young man who will do everything in their power just to get that person overcomes his opponent. An idealistic young man began working as communications director for a candidate for the Democratic Party primary elections. To discover how far he can go to climb the political class. This is certainly a wonderful storyline. A magnificent perspective regarding politics.
This is considered a 4th job for George Clooney, as a director- which also is a writer, with Beau Willimon Henslov-responsible for the Broadway script, ‘Farragut North’. Clooney’s new film features a star cast headed by himself. Moreover, a part of Evan Rachel Wood, Ryan Gosling, and M. Tomei, Philip Seymour, Jeffrey Wright and Paul Giamatti are part of the cast.
The film is set in the primaries in Iowa and revolves around the young press spokesman (Gosling) Governor Mike Morris (Clooney), one of the candidates standing for election. As elections approach, the young reporter begins to uncover what goes on behind the racks, manipulations and betrayals of the political veterans, and to be seduced by a young intern. At the moment, there is an unknown date of release for the film in Spain. Yet, it will be soon arrive the U.S.
The political drama has an entire star cast, and this is magnificent to tell the right story. This is how, The Ides of March will tell the story of this candidate in the Democratic primary to qualify for the U.S. presidency. The journalist must try to survive in the choppy waters of political maneuvering, the interests of all kinds and the seduction of a young intern. You can watch the trailer of this interesting film, that it looks like it will be one of those political plots as rarely seen in cinema in recent times. In case you want to learn about politics, this has an extreme focus on the Democratic Party primary elections to choose the candidate for President of the United States.
Yet, remember that the story is told from the viewpoint of a young press officer in charge of one of candidates. Stay tuned to be on time for the premiere. Sony is scheduled to premiere on 7 October. You will see how during the campaign, this young officer is prey to politics- Clooney even highlights the dangerous manipulations of the veteran workers and the seduction of a young intern. George Clooney explores the dark and dirty side of politics. In case you didn’t know, this production opens the awaited Venice Film Festival. Democratic presidential candidates learn about important ideals. The Hollywood heartthrob directs and acts in this film that shows the back of the presidential race in the United States and the world premiere on Wednesday, has secured a star-studded red carpet, giving the start to 11 days of cinema in the city of channels. This drama is somehow controversial and everyone is expecting to watch Ryan Gosling playing the lead role. Moreover, in this movie, there is an employee devotee of Gov. Mike Morris, who plays Clooney, is involved in a dangerous game of sex, power and twitching that becomes a critical look at the reality behind the political rhetoric.
Despite his current fine speech, Morris remains a morally ambivalent character, under pressure to make compromises to keep taking chances in the race. Philip Seymour Hoffman, who won an Oscar, Myers plays the head, while Paul Giamatti makes his rival and Evan Rachel Wood rounded out the cast as an intern with a dangerous secret. Moreover, getting into details, this is inspired by the work of Beau Willimon “Farragut North”, loosely based on the Democratic primary campaign of Howard Dean.
It’s Clooney’s last foray into the world of politics after the 2005 film black and white “Good Night, and Good Luck,” which also premiered at Venice. Although it may be popular in a city in which the actor and director of 50 years is a firm favorite and where often like the critical works with the United States, there is more uncertainty about what his reception in his native country, which will premiere in October.