There are certain films that are not just projects, they are planned natural disasters that depict reality. And why not, real life isn’t all sweet and festive. Bitter, it hurts, and a dilemma, and Tom Holland has got it covered for you. A similar concept has been adapted in his latest film entitled cherry.
This trailer of the film was released on YouTube about 3 weeks ago, and believe me, I don’t know right away if it’s led by Tom Holland or someone else. Seeing him with a gray character is something we are not used to doing. But this time, it really looked like his cup of tea.
So when the trailer starts, we see Tom introducing himself as a 23 year old man, cherry. He hands over a note to a woman at the bank in which she describes it as robbery and warns her that he has a gun. This helps him earn money easily. But suddenly, we are brought back in time. When cherry not all of them dark and shady. He is a student who knows how to smile and how to live. We saw him fall in love with a girl who loves him back. But, cherry may not be ready to hold on to something. Maybe he doesn’t know how to do it. College didn’t work out, so he joined the armed forces as a medic. And suddenly, we see the time frame is scrambled. At one point, he was in a war area, and on the other, he fell asleep with pills. He says that his greatest accomplishment is the fact that he’s not dead, and maybe we get a rough idea of where the story takes us. We immediately saw her fidgeting with all the voices in her head and her boyfriend Emily try to calm him down.
So on a clearer note, cherry back home but not the same. The war had disturbed him to the core and continued to haunt him. He was damaged, and while trying to deal with it, he started abusing opioids to obscure it Post Traumatic Stress Disorders. But that all made matters worse. He was addicted, and in order to pay for the drugs, he opted for bank robbery. The more desperate he was, the deeper he fell into the hole. The man caught in an existential crisis saw Emily as the only bright spot. She aims to stabilize the love of her life, but in the whole process, is on the brink of collapse. We saw cherry continued his habit of robbing because he couldn’t get over his addiction. This addiction is strong enough to swallow it and Emily and burn it in the flames of destruction.
Talking about their upcoming film, the Russos said they wanted to tell a story about everyone in the house who was injured. According to him, Ohio is sadly at zero point in its battle with the opioid crisis. She feels that many people in our family have lost their lives due to the crisis, and many are still struggling with their addictions today. To them, the topic of the imagery felt very personal, and they wanted to bring up something like this. Further giving us insight into the film, Anthony said that love story Emily and cherry is basically the backbone of the film. Without their relationship, it would all fall apart for him. From the start, they knew they wanted a character’s existence that would mark their presence.
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Directed by Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, the film stars Tom Holland as the main character Cherry or Nico Walker with Ciara Bravo as Emily, Jack Reynor as Pills and Coke, Michael Rispoli as Tommy, Jeff Wahlberg as Jimenez, Forrest Goodluck as James Lightfoot, Michael Gandolfini as Joe’s Cousin Kyle Harvey as Roy, Pooch Hall as Sgt. Anyone, Damon Wayans Jr. as Drill Sgt. Teachers and various others in important roles. The film is scheduled to start streaming Apple TV + on March 12, 2021.