Marlowe Trailer: Liam Neeson plays the mythical detective

Marlowe Trailer: Liam Neeson plays the mythical detective

Marlowethe new adaptation of the character created by writer Raymond Chandler already has its first trailer. This time, Liam Neeson is in charge of impersonating the famous detective in a story based on the book The blonde with black eyesfrom the Irishman John Banville, who for almost ten years revived the character popularized on the big screen by legends such as Humphrey Bogart, Dick Powell or Robert Mitchum.

Incidentally, the production of the film itself is Irish, in collaboration with France and Spain. And in addition to big international names who are on the project alongside Neeson, Diane Kruger, Jessica Lange, Daniela Melchior and Alan Cumming, we also have the Spanish representation of cinematographer Xavi Giménez. This new breakthrough exudes the style, energy and elegance that defined Hollywood products in the 1930s. Leading the adaptation is Neil Jordan, a seasoned director who has been active in the film industry since the early 1980s and won the 1993 Academy Award for Best Screenplay. crying game. Nominated for the Best Director statuette for this drama set by the IRA, but he is perhaps much better known for other works in his filmography such as interview with the vampire, Michael Collins or created the TV series for this The Borgias.

The official synopsis is as follows: In the late 1930s, a wealthy and beautiful Los Angeles underworld heiress hires Detective Marlowe to search for her missing ex-lover. He soon discovers that behind this man’s disappearance is a corrupt network that puts him in the crosshairs of some of the city’s richest and most dangerous leaders.


Marlowe it will be Neeson’s 100th film, and he has one of those careers that many actors want behind him. From dramatic roles like Shindler’s listbe a great jedi master The Ghost Threat. It’s true that the Oscar nominee has embraced the action genre over the past decade, at a time when Revenge (2008) was a great success. Jordan himself told Collider how happy he was to be able to work with Neeson and the rest of the cast again: “It was a privilege to work with Liam Neeson on the 100th film of his prolific career (…) big in February. “

Source: La Neta Neta