The next 28 of September you have an appointment at the cinema to see Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick in A small favor. The women are the protagonists of this elegant thriller full of twists and betrayals, secrets and revelations, love and loyalty, murder and revenge, directed by Paul Feig (Ghostbusters, The wedding of my best friend).
A small favor it is based on the novel of the same Darcey Bell. The novel, which has been translated into 24 languages and published all over the world, is an addictive thriller psychological in the line of international best sellers of great success as The girl on the train, Lost, or The partner of the side. The New York Journal of Books has said of it that it is: “A thriller that is intense, captivating and amazing with a surprise ending; the premise: watch who do you trust.”
The script is great and both Blake Lively as Anna Kendrick they are fantastic. The first is Emily, an executive at a fashion brand, so you can imagine that their outfits did not disappoint, at the height of the actress. The second is Stephanie, a widowed mother, blogger and youtuber. The stylish costume is in charge of Renee Ehrlich Kalfus, responsible for other titles such as Hidden Figures.
It all starts when Emily (Blake Lively) asks a small favor to her best friend Stephanie (Anna Kendrick): to take care of his son one afternoon. When Emily does not go to pick up your child, Stephanie begins to worry and tries to discover the truth behind the sudden disappearance of Emily.
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