Nicolas Cage is the lead actor in seriously over-the-top movies. Considering the 57 year old features in over 100 movies, this may come as no surprise. His performances range from critically acclaimed plays to some pretty ridiculous theatrical flops. However, his latest picture might be his most captivatingly entertaining picture ever.
Actually, Cage has said Prisoners of Ghostland The wildest film he has ever made. The studio also used his words as a quote on the film’s poster, perhaps for the first time in the history of cinema.
‘Prisoners of the Ghostland’ is a Japanese kabuki film
Prisoners of Ghostland Japanese kabuki genre film. Kabuki is a style of classical theater popular in Japan. It includes highly elaborate costumes and a dynamic style of acting.
“For me, it is more of a visually artistic film than being wild, and was not intended to create something wild. I wanted to bring in beautiful art somehow,” told director Sion Sono Bloody disgusting “When we were shooting in Mexico, my idea was to create a classic western style. But since it turned to Japan for the locations, I decided to make something extreme and extremely colorful. That was my decision.”
The neo-noir western action is about a bandit who escapes from prison. He is sent on a mission to find and retrieve the Governor’s adopted granddaughter and bring her back to Samurai Town. To do so, however, he must traverse a post-apocalyptic Netherworld called Ghostland, where things eventually take a wild turn.
“My intention was that I wanted to create something more impressive in terms of the visual image of the film than the details of the story,” Sono said. “So, I almost feel like I tried to build an amusement park or something like that. This time the visuals were more important.”
Nicolas Cage says it’s his wildest movie ever
If you can believe it, Cage actually said that Prisoners of Ghostland His wildest film ever. This is a bold statement from a man who was in Mandy And the noose, a film that scores 0% on Rotten Tomatoes.
“I had read the script, and I met her [director] Sion Sono, we haven’t even made the film yet.” leaving Las Vegas the star told Yahoo! entertainment. “I said it in a magazine: This would be the wildest script I’ve ever made. And it turned into ‘the wildest movie ever.’ And I stick to it.”
Without going into too many details, the film is extremely gruesome and outrageous. It covers about four different types of styles in one picture and features some inappropriate scenes.
“The shit with the Sono leans the most into the component Prisoners of Ghostland, a film where dissonance is the currency is probably a virtue. It takes the director’s naughty vision—within an inch of the film’s art-directed oblivion—to drive its star insane, which is a powerful feat indeed,” wrote critic John Serba. decisive. “It consists of none the less: gloomy prostitutes, wild zombies, filthy moppets, slushie samurai, trigger-happy cowboys, pitiful and oppressed citizens of the post-apocalyptic Badlands, garbage scavengers, and a conscientious preacher, brewed with Cage Man.”
Where Can You Watch ‘Prisoners of the Ghostland’?
Prisoners of Ghostland It had its world premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. It was released in theaters and on video on demand on 17 September.
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