Black Beauty is a 2020 drama film written and directed by Ashley Avis. The film starring Mackenzie Foy, Kate Winslet, Claire Forlani, Iain Glen, Fern Deacon and Hakeem Kae-Kazim in the leading roles.
This film Produced by Jeremy Bolt, Robert Kulzer and Screenplay by Ashley Avis and based on the 1877 novel of the same name by Anna Sewell. The film music composed by Guillaume Roussel, Cinematography David Procter and Edited work done by Ashley Avis.
It tells the story of a wild mustang since he was born free in the Onaqui Mountains of Utah. He explained that his mother had taught him everything Including what happened to the horses when they died; They fly in the sky and rest among the stars.
One day, the Mustang accidentally informs some cowboys that they are still fighting for their herd, so the Mustang never sees his mother again.
Anna Sewell’s “Black Beauty” has seen many incarnations on screen since the era of silence. The latest adaptation from 1994 is the foundation of the video business.
The yellow marker illuminates a beautiful dark horse breed. A natural beauty and power that catches your eye every time you pass, even if you’ve seen the movie. While this version was memorable a generation ago.
It’s no surprise that there’s a new adaptation for a younger audience that has yet to learn the bitter story of what could happen to this beautiful creature.
The trailer for Black Beauty suggests that the adorable movie family can enjoy it over the Disney + Thanksgiving holiday. They introduce us to Jo (Foy), a teenage boy who lost his parents while living with his uncle John (Glen) and kept silent while trying to recover.
John leads a horse rescue operation and apparently a recruit attracts Jo’s attention. Jo names her horse Beauty (Winslet), and soon the two form a deep bond that is put to the test as Jo tries to keep the horse as long as possible.
Transported from rural England to Western America, this ‘Black Beauty’ follows a wild young mustang after being captured. Tamed and forced to wander by its good and bad owners.
As always in this legend, Beauty is determined to hold on to her love for her best owner, embodied by the beautiful Mackenzie Foy, and hopes they can one day reunite.
The first years of beauty begin in a wild pack. Winslet’s passionate and emotional story explains the foal’s scene and mood.
Black Beauty novels have always been about empathy (there are some lovely beauty scenes that question someone else’s pain, even if it’s worse) and a sense of cruelty to animals, which theoretically should be moved here.
Unfortunately, this feels reluctant and seems determined to move from episode to episode to give an ambiguous sense of narrative structure. It makes no sense that the horse’s life is in danger. But these are critical moments that lack emotion and character.
The strong and light violence includes talking about a classmate who died in a car accident. Intense moments leading up to a young mustang horse. But nothing shows blood, the girl pushing a classmate into a suitcase.
Hay, but looks unharmed, horse runs very fast. Breaks its skin adult man a little aggressive with his horse, climbs a rock, but the horse is fine. The film will released on Disney + on November 27, 2020.