The Birthday Cake is a upcoming American crime thriller film directed by Jimmy Giannopoulos. This film Produced by Diomedes Raul Bermudez, Danny Sawaf, Siena Oberman, Shiloh Fernandez and Screenplay by Shiloh Fernandez, Diomedes Raul Bermudez, Jimmy Giannopoulos.
The Birthday Cake movie starring Emily Tremaine, Nick Vallelonga, Vincent Pastore, John Magaro, Ashley Benson, Lorraine Bracco, Val Kilmer, David Mazouz, Shiloh Fernandez and Ewan McGregor in the leading roles. This film Distributed by Screen Media Films and released on June 18, 2021.
The plot tells the story of Giovanni, played by Fernández, who reluctantly sticks to the family tradition of bringing a cake to the house of his uncle Angelo (Val Kilmer) to commemorate the death of the mob boss’ father. Details about the roles of Kilmer and McGregor have not been disclosed.
After directing several short films and collaborating with artists such as Miley Cyrus, A$AP Rocky and Kid Cudi, Giannopoulos will make his film debut based on a screenplay he wrote with Fernández and Diomedes Raúl Bermúdez, who is also a co-producer. There is a movie.
As we see in retrospect, Gio has so far resisted his family’s attempts to empower him. Today, on the tenth anniversary of his father’s death, his courage is tested when he attends a memorial service dedicated to Angelo (Val Kilmer), a Brooklyn neighborhood gang leader and one of Gio’s many (very well-known) uncles.
with cinema experts Paul, Sorvino and Vincent Pastore. A shot in a car stole Angelo’s voice and his family’s fame. But Gio’s main concern is the safety of the chocolate cake he brings, carefully baked by his mother (Lorraine Bracco).
“We all grew up with a passion for New York audience films,” says Giannopoulos. It’s been a while since nobody did that, so we decided to check the gangs today. Where are you now? As they deal with gentrification, weakening of power, rival gangs, the FBI truth tears them apart.
But we wanted to combine the traditional world with the modern Brooklyn. A totally different world from its heyday. We embark on a journey through the eyes of a mobster’s son who has escaped his own world all his life. But his past comes back to haunt him, and we spend a chaotic night with him.
However, Gio is forced to go on a personal journey to discover family secrets that are easy to unravel for anyone but himself. This one was also commissioned for the birthday cake; The character speaks privately about what really happened to Gio’s father. There is also the issue that Leo may have been involved in an outrageous drug deal in Puerto Rico and that the FBI is on him.
With that in mind, the film is also about crossing the road to do the right thing. But Gio really needs to figure out what’s right first. It’s also clear that there is a lot of racial tension in the area. With Luis Guzmán surprisingly portrayed in a slightly humorous and heartwarming scene as a taxi driver showing his Puerto Rican pride.
However, some of these obvious tricks have come in handy for the material, namely Kilmer. Kilmer wears an electrolarynx for larynx surgery. And her fine lines and calm singing style give her figure a truly ominous menacing air. As it evokes the audience’s instinct to bend down to hear her words. as you say, listen.
In other words, Kilmer still has it and the birthday cake takes full advantage of that charisma. The actor is also poised for the best scene in the movie. A little slice of revenge that most viewers will see from miles away. But always turns out to be a spicy treat. That goes for the entire movie, by the way.