|release date||February 5 2010|
|director||Julian Jarrold, James Marsh, Anand Tucker|
|starring||Andrew Garfield, Sean Bean, Paddy Considine, Rebecca Hall, Peter Mullan|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisAdapted from David Peace's novel, the trilogy is based on the six-year police investigation of Peter William Suttcliffe, aka "the Yorkshire Ripper," who killed 12 women in Northern England in the 1970s. The three pics will be released separately and will be directed by three different helmers: Julian Jarrold, James Marsh and Anand Tucker.
Although the ambitious but convoluted Red Riding trilogy centers around two different series of grisly murders, the true focus is on police corruption. Based on a quartet of popular novels by English novelist David Peace, the crime saga has been pared down to three feature-length films, all written for the screen by Tony Grisoni, and each helmed by a different director. It makes for a dark, slow, moody triple-feature, although I sometimes found myself wishing more time was spent on the serial killer aspect of the story, and less time on the dirty cop shenanigans. …Read More