SF Studios has unveiled the trailer for the motion thriller “Omerta 6/12,” one of many biggest-budgeted Finnish movies ever.
The movie is directed by Aku Louhimies with a solid headlined by Finnish star Jasper Pääkkönen (“BlacKkKlansman”) and Swedish actors Nanna Blondell (“Black Widow”) and Sverrir Gudnason (“Borg vs. McEnroe”).
Pääkkönen performs Max Tanner, a Finnish secret service agent working for the European Union’s particular forces. Set throughout Finland’s Independence Day festivities, when the Presidential Palace is attacked and the heads of state are taken hostage. Tanner is tasked to barter the hostage disaster and realizes that the terrorist assault is a plan to destabilize the safety of Europe. Blondell performs the Swedish secret service agent Sylvia Madsen, and Gudnason stars because the chief of the Serbian teams, Vasa Jankovic.
“Omerta 6/12” is ready for a theatrical launch in Finland on Nov. 19, adopted by a theatrical launch within the Nordics throughout winter. Antti J. Jokinen, Sirkka Rautiainen, Mikko Tenhunen and Evelin Penttilä at Cinematic produced the movie which shall be distributed within the Nordics by SF Studios; and is repped by REinvent Worldwide Gross sales. “Omerta 6/12” may also develop into a four-episode TV sequence to be launched on C Extra in 2022.
“Omerta 6/12” is the primary movie adaption primarily based on Ilkka Remes’ bestselling novels. Jari Olavi Rantala wrote the ultimate script for the movie, primarily based on Antti J. Jokinen and Mika Karttunen’s screenplay.
”I’m delighted to see the problem of adapting my action-packed narratives to the silver display lastly being met with out compromise, and excited in regards to the upcoming 6/12 movement image,” stated Remes.
“If something, the story comes alive higher than ever in reflecting difficult present-day points, particularly these of geopolitics,” added Remes.
Norberg stated “Ilkka Remes’ excessive idea trillers are thought-about as a nationwide treasure.” The producer stated she is trying ahead to seeing the worldwide response to “the long-awaited and first ever movie adaptation from his books.”
The movie was co-produced with Estonian banner Stellar Movie, with the assist from The Finnish Movie Basis, amongst different native sources.