Through its official channel on YouTube, Netflix has published the official trailer of Worth, a shocking drama directed by Sara colangelo, recognized for her work at The kindergarten teacher. The film’s narrative is built on the real events described in the memoirs What is life worth.
The first reactions suggest that the feature film could be a strong contender in the next Oscar awards, due to the fact that has been called a poignant reminder of the power of empathy and the value of interpersonal connection. In addition to having the producers of Spotlight and 12 years of slavery, with which it has a quality seal that is practically assured.
What is Worth about?
The story follows Michael Keaton in the role of the lawyer and renowned mediator Kenneth Feinberg, who is appointed by the United States Congress to direct the September 11 Victims Compensation Fund.
Charged with allocating financial resources to the victims of the tragedy, Feinberg and his firm’s Chief Operating Officer, Camille Biros (Amy Ryan), are faced with the impossible task of calculating the value of each life to determine how to compensate the families who they suffered incalculable losses that fateful day.
However, the protagonist faces Charles Wolf (Stanley Tucci), a man who mourns the death of his wife, and that is when his initial cynicism turns to compassion and he begins to know the true human cost of misfortune.
When does Worth premiere on Netflix?
Worth has a premiere scheduled on Netflix for September 3.
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