Since the closing of theatres due to the novel pandemic, people are solely depending on streaming channels for their piece of entertainment. Netflix, the streaming giant definitely tops everyone’s list. Netflix has always tried to bring its audience with movies and series that interest us and keep us on the edge of our seats. However, among all the new shows and films, Pieces of a Woman stands out. The movie had its first appearance in the 77th Venice International Film Festival on September 4, 2020.
It is all set to come out on Netflix. Further, Netflix has given the release date for the movie as January 7, 2021. Moreover, it will release on selected theatres on December 30, 2020. We know they like to hype their shows in order to gather a huge audience before release. The same pattern is followed for Pieces of a Woman. Kornel Mundruczo is the director of this film and is written by Kata Wéber.
What to expect from the movie?
The movie revolves around the life of Martha. She was expecting a child with her husband Sean. However, a mishap occurs during childbirth because of the negligence from the part of the midwife. As a result, she is charged with criminal negligence. Further, all these events complicate the already complicated life of Martha. She has to deal with her unbearable grief. At the same time try to hold together her broken relationship with her husband and mother. Along with all this, she must deal with her case against the midwife in court. The plot is simple yet intrigues the audience with its series of events and the promotion programs.
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Other updates of Pieces of a Woman.
The movie is yet to release worldwide through Netflix and also in some selected theatres. It will release on Netflix on January 7, 2021. The movie will also premiere in selected theatres on December 30, 2020. Netflix has already done its hype about the movie and the trailer is available online.
The cast of the movie includes Vanessa Kirby as Martha Weiss, Shia LaBeouf as Sean Carson, Ellen Burstyn as Elizabeth Weiss, Molly Parker as Eve Woodward, Sarah Snook as Suzanne, Iliza Shlesinger as Anita Weiss, Benny Safdie as Chris, Jimmie Fails as Max, Domenic Di Rosa as Dr. Ron.