Next Friday, Netflix will release a new movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal. It is a remake of the Danish film from 2018.
For those who do not resist missing any movie of Jake Gyllenhaal there is a date marked for some time in their calendars. Next Friday, October 1, Netflix will premiere Guilty, a film headed by the actor from Enemy which was shot entirely in a pandemic and made the most of its limited possibilities. It is the remake of a Danish film from 2018.
On Guilty, Jake Gyllenhaal is a Los Angeles police officer who works as a 911 operator amid the devastating wildfires that plagued the American city. As soon as the movie starts, Joe (Gyllenhaal) seems completely fractured from an emotional point of view, but does his best to remain stoic at every call that comes in on his phone line.
Suddenly a mysterious call from a girl named Emily (Riley Keough) seems to present itself as the ideal opportunity to redeem yourself. From this point on, any description will ruin the experience of this great thriller directed by Antoine Fuqua where, with the exception of some transitions, the entire film has Gyllenhaal in front of the camera.
The actor of Donnie Darko He brings out his brilliant acting skills and conveys all kinds of emotions throughout the hour and a half the footage runs. In the same way that Alexandre Aja had done with OxygenThe culprit does the impossible to get the most out of his reduced settings, which at no time feel redundant and make it impossible to take his eyes off the protagonist of this story.
Jake’s next work will be with the creator of The Walking Dead
A few weeks ago it was confirmed that Jake Gyllenhaal already has another project on the way. Is about Oblivion Song, graphic novel written by Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) which will be adapted to the big screen with this artist as producer and protagonist. Lorenzo De Felici is the co-author of the work that came to light in 2018 and focuses on a post-apocalyptic future.
Gyllenhaal will be the main actor of the story and will put himself in the shoes of Nathan Cole, a man who spends his days rescuing different people who are trapped in Oblivion. This place is a point in Philadelphia that was destroyed but in which more than 300 thousand people still live. In March 2021, the fifth volume of the graphic novel by Kirkman, where are the chapters from 25 to 30. After the confirmation of the project, Kirkman stated: “We were very fortunate to form a team that is as passionate about comics as we are”.