Women Talking (2022) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Budget, Box office, Trailer

Women Talking (2022) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Budget, Box office, Trailer

Women Talking cast: Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley. Women Talking Release Date: 23 December 2022 (USA). Women Talking Budget: $134.9 million. Women Talking is looking full of Drama. Sarah Polley has been in the charge of writing and directing the film. The main theme in “Ellas hablando” are dealt in the manner of a drill. However, it’s a logical approach.

Women Talking is an American Drama movie (2022). Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley are the main cast of Women Talking (2022). The film is a remake of the novel written by Miriam Toews published in 2018 which is available about in Spain under the name ‘Ellas hablan’ thanks to publication house Sexto Piso. Women Talking release on 23 December 2022.

The film will screen during the 60th anniversary of the New York Film Festival and it will be featured in the NYFF Spotlight section. The characters in “Ellas hablando” reside in the Mennonite community, which is very religious and seemingly far from technological advances. This is why they were sent to jail, but it’s another reason why many of the suspects are in town, willing to pay the bail required for their release.

Women Talking Plot:

Don’t bother. Keep fighting. Or leave. In 2010, women of a remote religious community struggle to reconcile an unforgiving reality with their religious beliefs.

Women Talking Detail:

Movie: Women Talking (2022)
Network: Orion Pictures
Director: Sarah Polley
Writers: Sarah Polley, Miriam Toews
Main Stars: Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley
Genre: Drama
Country: United States
Language: English
Release Date: 23 December 2022 (USA)
Budget: $134.9 million
Box office: $89 million
Runtime: 1 hour 44 minutes
Also known As: Ellas hablan, Women Talking, Women Talking Movie, Women Talking (2022)

Women Talking Cast:

Rooney Mara As Ona
Judith Ivey As Agata
Emily Mitchell As Miep
Kate Hallett As Autje
Liv McNeil As Neitje
Claire Foy As Salome
Sheila McCarthy As Greta
Jessie Buckley As Mariche
Michelle McLeod As Mejal
Kira Guloien As Anna
Shayla Brown As Helena
Frances McDormand As Scarface Janz
Vivien Endicott Douglas As Clara
Ben Whishaw As August
August Winter As Melvin
Lochlan Ray Miller As Julius
Nathaniel McParland As Aaron
Will Bowes As Census Driver
Eli Ham As Klaas
Emily Drake As Dark Haired Woman
Marcus Craig As Cornelius
Caroline Gillis As Woman on the Path
Stephen Leupolt As Mennonite Man
Shannon Widdis As Girl on porch

In an event that was unprecedented, the women gather at an ancient stable in order to discuss their future, as well as that of the other members of their community. The other theories were dismissed as a mere figment of women’s imagination by the most powerful religious figures. When two teenagers discover what’s been taking place under the cover of their leaders and are able to recognize the identity of the perpetrator They muster the courage to voice their opinion and help protect their children against the calamities which have affected them. Their lives will be forever changed.

Anyone who is interested in this film, which has garnered very favorable critiques (both for the writing, performances, and cinematography, as well as the soundtrack written by Hildur Gudnadottir) can view the trailer’s official version on the player below. In the midst of Polley’s insightful and compassionate film is the conviction that, both in film and life, words can become an actor.

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