Amazon today unveiled the first clip from her Lena Dunham film, Says Catherine BirdieIt is also announcing that it will hit theaters on September 23, before its prime video debut on October 7.
The film, written and directed by Dunham, is based on Karen Cushman’s children’s novel of the same name. It is set in the medieval English village of Stonebridge in 1290 and is followed by Lady Catherine aka Birdie (Bella Ramsay), the youngest child of Lord Rollo (Andrew Scott) and Lady Islin. His playground is Stonebridge Manor, a home that, as a family, has seen better days. Financially destitute and utterly greedy, Rolo sees his daughter as a way out of financial ruin by marrying a rich man for money and land. But Birdie, like all the great teenage heroines, is passionate, clever and adventurous, and ready to turn off any suitor who calls in an increasingly innovative way. His imagination, disobedience and deep belief in his own right to freedom led him to a confrontation with his parents. When it comes to the worst suitors of all, the final test of their love for their daughter is given.
Joe Alwin (Conversation with friends) And Dean-Charles Chapman (1917) Also starred in the film, which will open in theaters against the re-release of Disney’s James Cameron. Avatar And Olivia Wilde’s Warner Bros. thriller Don’t worry darling. It is produced by Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner and Joe Wallet, and produced by Dunham, Michael P. Cohen, Tilly Coulson and Liz Watson.
Dunham recently hosted the feature Sharp stick, Which premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. Her first of two films since her 2010 breakout Small furniture Sarah Joe (Christine Froseth) is an innocent 26-year-old man who lives on the Hollywood border with her mother Marilyn (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and sister Traina (Taylor Page). When she begins a relationship with her older employer, Josh (John Barnethal), the emphasis is on education on sex, harm, and power. Watch the new clip from Says Catherine Birdie New stills from the film above can be found above and below.