The Hand of God Teaser Review : Paolo Sorrentino’s Story of Italian Teenage Boy Netflix Film

The Hand of God Teaser review

Netflix has released official teaser of Paolo Sorrentino’s film “The Hand of God” on Thursday, 19 August 2021. This Netflix youth drama film the hand of god follows the Italian teenager Fabietto (Filippo Scotti) who goes through experiences of heartbreak and liberation of 1980’s Naples. According to the Academy award winning director Paolo Sorrentino’s, this movie is set in 1980’s Naples the director hometown and “The Hand of God” is most personal film.     

The synopsis of The Hand of God follows the young boy Fabietto Schisa, an awkward Italian teenage boy whose life is vibrant, eccentric family are suddenly upended – first by the electrifying arrival of football legend Diego Maradona and then by a shocking accident from which Maradona inadvertently saves Fabietto, setting his future in motion. Sorrentino returns to his hometown to tell his most personal story, a tale of fate and family, sports and cinema, love and loss.

This film is directed and produced by Sorrentino, who known for his work on “The Great Beauty” and “The Young Pope”. Tony Servillo, an Italian actor and theatrical director is regular fixture of Sorrentino films. They worked together in 2004 “Consequences of Love”, 2007 “il Divo” and best known for 2013 “The Great Beauty”.

The Hand of God is set to be premiere on December 3 in Selected Theatres and after that this movie is streaming on 15 December 2021 in Netflix platform. The hand of god will premiere at 78th Venice Film Festival which is takes place in 2021 in September first week. Check out the trailer of The Hand of God Netflix film:-  

The Star cast of The Hand of God includes Filippo Scotti, Tony Servillo, Teresa Saponangelo, Marlon JoubertLuisa Ranieri, and Renato Carpentieri in lead roles. The other cast members are Massimiliano GalloBetti PedrazziBiagio Manna, and Ciro Capano.  

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