Netflix has been racking up their lists for the past few months and let me tell you––we’re freaking excited. They’ve been really busy acquiring title after title for all their subscribers. You know they just want the best for you. However, one title that really made its mark into the schedule has to be one of Venice Festival’s best film nominees in Pieces of a Woman. Thankfully, the film is coming to the streaming giant in the near future, and here’s everything you need to know about it!
Directed by Kornél Mundruczó and written by Kata Wéber, the upcoming Netflix Original drama boasts itself in the drama category. Alongside Mundruczó and Wéber will be the legendary Howard Short, the composer of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, as he’s responsible for the music for the Original film.
Exciting, yes, but the streaming giant has only announced that the film will be distributed globally. Just that, no signs of any release dates just yet. However, it will not take too long for Pieces of a Woman to be available to stream on the platform as it does need a couple of marketing and promotion. Other than that, though, I think they’re all set to release it. Netflix just likes to hype their Original films into the sky so as to improve audience numbers and interactions.
For its debut, Pieces of a Woman made its on-screen introduction during the 77th Venice Film Festival and it stars Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf.
According to Netflix, the film follows this synopsis:
“Boston couple, Martha and Sean Carson are moments away from becoming parents, but tragedy strikes during the home birth when a highly negligent and flustered mid-wife fails to deliver the baby. Heartbroken, Martha must overcome her own grief while trying to navigate a fractured relationship with her husband, her overbearing mother, and the highly public court-case against the mid-wife.”