The 62nd London Film Festival (BFI) opens on October 10 with the premiere of British director Steve McKinney’s thriller Widows, organizers say.
Widows’ first film, released five years after the release of the Oscar-winning film 12 Years a Slave, was released five years after the assassination plot failed and the rest of their wives tried to carry out the robbery.
The film stars Viola David, Michelle Rodriguez Elizabeth Debbie; Cynthia Iribo Collins Farrell Bryan Terry Henry; Daniel Callia Jackie Viva Carrick Starring Robert Dewey and Liam Neeson.
The film is based on a British television series aired in the 1980s. Ethnicity; Filmed on politics and crime. The film also premiered at the Toronto Film Festival on September 8.