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Netflix brings back Maggie Gillenhall’s “Lost Daughter” for England and Germany

Netflix has reclaimed Maggie Gillenhall’s debut film “The Last Daughter” and acquired British, Penelox and German rights for its premiere in Venice.

Streaming service has signed an agreement with Entertainment One, which previously protected the rights to these markets from Endeavor Content. The site already holds most of the global rights and launches the film on December 31st.

The film, which won Best Screenplay for Gillenhall Outside Venice, is an adaptation of author Elena Fernandez’s 2006 novel. It stars Olivia Coleman as a woman on vacation in Greece, battling her difficult relationship with her young daughters and developing the theme of “unnatural motherhood,” which resonates with Ferrande’s other works such as “My Brilliant Friend” and Neapolitan fans. The novel quartet.

Coleman plays the older version of the woman, while flashbacks show Jesse Buckley as her younger brother. We also see Dakota Johnson, Peter Sarkard, Paul Meskel, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Ed Harris.

International Distributors Empire (South Africa), Spentzos (Greece), Sena (Iceland), PIM (Italy), Vertigo (Spain), NOS Lusomundo (Portugal), Svensk (Scondinavia), Balkan (Indonesia), South) And Saleem Ramia (Middle East) Netflix covers all the remaining territories.

His Diversity Critic Peter Dibruz wrote: “Gillenhall conveys the essentials of a simple, practically invisible style … while emphasizing performance.

In addition to Venice, “The Last Daughter” appeared at the Telluride Film Festival, the New York Film Festival, the Leon Lumiere Festival and the PFI London Film Festival.

Producers Gyllenhaal and Talia Kleinhendler and Osnat Handelsman-Keren for Py Films; Charles Dorfman for Samuel Marshall Films; And content efforts.