The trailer for The Fabelsman, Steven Spielberg’s autobiographical film

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The Fabelmans is the semi-autobiographical film of Steven Spielberg, one of the most important directors in the history of cinema. During the Toronto Film Festival, which began last Thursday 8 September, the official trailer of the film was unveiled on the evening of Sunday 11 September and was greeted by the ovation of those present.

The details of The Fabelmans

In the trailer lasting over 2 minutes we can see the young Sammy Fabelman, played by Gabriel LaBelle, who from an early age began to be passionate about the world of cinema (the film is semi-autobiographical because Sammy Fabelman represents the young Steven Spielberg). The discovery and study of Falbeman’s cinematographic tools mingle with family events, where it is noted how his mother had a certain influence on his passion as opposed to his father, a man with less artistic inclinations and more pragmatic. They are part of the cast Michelle Williamsas the mother of 16-year-old Sammy, with her father played by Paul Dano we saw last March in the role of the Riddler, the main antagonist of the reboot The Batman with Robert Pattinson like Bruce Wayne / Batman. Space also for Seth Rogen cast as Benny Loewy, Sammy’s dad’s best friend and a kind of uncle in law for the boy. There are also parts for Jeanni Berlin, Julia Butters, Judd Hirsch, Robin Bartlett and a cameo from the director David Lynch. November 11th The Fabelmans it will premiere in the United States of America, which will then distribute it in all American cinemas from the 23rd. In Italy, however, we will have to wait until December 15th to see it in theaters. The film is scripted by Steven Spielberg who made use of the collaboration of Tony KruscherPulitzer Prize who has previously worked with the director on Munich And Lincoln. Finally, the music is the work of John Williams, among the best in his role having been awarded five times with the Academy Award.

Steven Spielberg’s most famous films

The Fabelmans he therefore tells what Steven Spielberg’s life was like, however, using an alter-ego that bears the name of Sammy Fabelman. Throughout his long career, the director has made a series of masterpieces who have entered the history of cinema by right and have consecrated him among the best behind the camera. He won two Academy Awards individual for Schindler’s List – Schindler’s List And Save Private Ryan. Among the other films to mention there are Shark, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, ET – The Extra-Terrestrial, Minority Report, War of the Worlds, Ready Player One And West Side Story. Steven Spielberg is also known for directing four films in the saga of Indiana Jones and two of Jurassic Park.