From Academy Award-winning director Tom McCarthy, author of Spotlight, arrives on Sky’s first TV The girl from Stillwaterdrama starring Matt Damon and Abigail Breslin, loosely based on the famous case of Amanda Knox.
The Girl from Stillwater will be broadcast on Monday 30 May at 21.15 on Sky Cinema Uno and will also be available on Sky Cinema 4K, as well as streaming on NOW and on demand for all Sky Q owners, also in 4K quality: presented out of competition at the 74th edition of the Cannes Film Festival and written by Tom McCarthy, Marcus Hinchey , Thomas Bidegain and Noé Debré, The Girl from Stillwater is an intense family drama with a thriller aura that embraces the themes of forgiveness and redemption and also delves into the confrontation of cultures. Camille Cottin and Lilou Siauvaud also star.
The story of Bill Baker (Matt Damon), a jobless oil worker who travels from Oklahoma to Marseille to visit his daughter Allison (Academy Award nominated actress Abigail Breslin), only to find she has been jailed. for a murder he claims he did not commit, he is loosely based on the case of Amanda Knoxwho however denounced the film and its makers on Twitter for profiting from its story: “By cutting me completely out of the creative process, McCarthy reinforced the public image of me as guilty and unreliable.“.
For more insights, watch the trailer for The Girl from Stillwater.