The World to Come is a 2021 drama film directed by Mona Fastvold. This film Produced by Pamela Koffler, David Hinojosa, Casey Affleck, Whitaker Lader and Margarethe Baillou. The film starring Katherine Waterston, Vanessa Kirby, Christopher Abbott and Casey Affleck in the leading roles in this movie.
The World to Come movie Screenplay by Ron Hansen, Jim Shepard and Based on The World to Come by Jim Shepard. This film music composed by Daniel Blumberg, Cinematography Andre Chemetoff and Edited work done by Dsvid Jancso. This movie Distributed by Bleecker Street and release on February 12, 2021.
Farmer Abigail (Katherine Waterston) and her new neighbor Tallie (Vanessa Kirby) are drawn to each other in a powerful 19th-century romance in the Northeastern United States. While a heartbroken Abigail worries about her retired husband Dyer (Casey Affleck).
The free-spirited Tallie rages under the jealous control of her husband Finney (Christopher Abbott), the sincerity and intimacy begin to fill in the gaps in the lives of others. I never knew it existed. The World to Come, directed by Mona Fastvold and written by Jim Shepard and Ron Hansen, explores how the intensity of human relationships overcomes isolation.
This meditation is not the bad recording of a doomed love story unfolding in an intolerant and patriarchal era and in a society. But Fastvold’s four-season feature is so popular that people need a burst of energy to spread a topic that often focuses on romance versus happiness.
What arises between Abigail and new red-haired neighbor Tallie (Vanessa Kirby) who rents out the next farm to her abusive husband is a moving proposition that she is sure to support. But he’s so mastered the film’s strange woody sound that you wonder when the main character will eventually retire.
Finney eventually invites Abigail and Dyer to dinner. Where he carries his amazing son uncomfortably, and Abigail sees the bruises on Tallie’s neck. Tallie didn’t come for a week after that.
Abigail eventually went looking for her and found her rented house empty with only a bloody handkerchief. Although he suspects damage, he receives a letter from Tallie stating that he is 85 km away. Abigail insisted that Tallie and Dyer reluctantly obey.
But the world to come is as complex as it is full of twists and turns. Deviations from everyday problems, interlocking contrasts and unexpected highs. A film in which love appears in winter and spring invites destruction. Nature itself is ugly, beautiful and proud.
And still imposes itself on the relatively small lives of these men and women. Time is also imposed, it adds structure to life, not just rhythm, and with structure, different forms of work, work and work, there is every reason to do more than just being alone.
Waterston and Kirby excel at creating characters whose appeal should grow slowly without visible recognition. Affleck and Abbott also experience a complex dynamic, playing men who don’t understand their own compassion or cruelty. Daniel Blumberg’s use of film material, natural light. Narrow compositions and unusually heavy clarinet notes contribute to a clear historical picture of the past.