Charlies Dickens’ exemplary story Oliver Twist is getting a modern update in the crime thriller, Twist, and Screen Rant has an exclusive clasp from the new Lionsgate movie. Twist tells the narrative of a gifted spray painting craftsman attempting to discover his direction after the deficiency of his mother. The nominal character is played by Raff Law, child of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, who is making his film debut. Twist premieres on July 30 in select theaters and On Demand.
Check out the exclusive clasp above showing Law, Ora, Headey, Simnett, and Franz Drameh (See) who plays Batesy, amidst a workmanship heist that is near the precarious edge of turning out badly. Red seems to have ended up in an interesting circumstance and it’s dependent upon Twist to help. He additionally flaunts some pretty impressive moves.
Twist joins movies like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (coincidentally additionally featuring Lena Headey) and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, taking motivation from a notorious text however adding a unique twist. While this take will not have the supernatural element of those movies, it’s enjoyable to see well-realized stories taken in different and unexpected directions. It will be interesting to see how Twist updates, changes, and plays around with the first source material.
Official abstract: Inspired by Charles Dickens’ famous novel Oliver Twist, this activity fueled crime-thriller set in contemporary London follows the journey of Twist (Raff Law), a gifted spray painting craftsman attempting to discover his direction after the deficiency of his mother. Lured into a street group headed by the paternal Fagin (Oscar winner Michael Caine), Twist is attracted to the lifestyle — and to Red (Sophie Simnett), a charming member of Fagin’s crew. Yet, when a workmanship theft goes wrong, Twist’s ethical code is tested as he’s gotten between Fagin, the police, and a loose-cannon enforcer (Lena Headey).