Updated March 17, 2021, at 5:39 p.m.
- After the huge success of “Hamilton”, Lynn-Manuel Miranda released the new music film “In the Heights”.
- During the premiere of the trailer, he talked about the universal feeling of being “home”.
Not only music fans but Lin-Manuel Miranda is also associated with the award-winning “Hamilton”. Successful production from Broadway has long since ceased to be seen only on stage. The film version has been on Disney + since last summer.
Miranda was writing another episode long before it hit the box office of one of America’s founding fathers. At the age of 19, the 41-year-old began working on the film “In the Heights”. Music and now cinema tell the story of Bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos). In Washington Heights, Manhattan, his neighborhood, he has a good relationship; Neighbors know, their hopes, problems, desires – yet he still wonders if he can find his real home elsewhere.
When given the opportunity to set out for new shores, a big dilemma emerges, especially for immigrants who often face: What does home mean? Is this the place you left off? Or the place where you put your first roots in the new country?
Lynn-Manuel Miranda: “The first chapter of many (immigrant) stories”
In the presentation of the film’s first trailer, Miranda Zoom Cole explains how universal this story is to a country like the USA: “The whole movie is a love letter to this neighborhood community. This is the first chapter in many (immigrant) stories. … This is the first chapter in many American life stories, and it is the children of the first generation who make this feeling universal and understandable to us. (I.e.)
Along with Corey Hawkins, Leslie Grace and Melissa Barrera, director John M. “In the Heights” by Chus (“Crazy Rich Asians”). It is expected to hit theaters on June 17.
Many movie releases are currently being postponed – but don’t let movie fans get bored by 2021: all the movies like “James Bond: No Time to Die” and “Dune” should start!
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