From today, two interesting new features are available on Apple TV+. Let’s talk about the series “City on Fire” and the documentary Still on the life of actor Michael J. Fox.
In Burning city, a student of New York University is killed in Central Park on July 4, 2003. Samantha is alone, there are no witnesses and the clues are very few. That night, her friends’ band plays at a club downtown, but she goes out to meet someone saying she’ll be back soon. She will never come back. The murder investigation reveals that Samantha is the link between a series of mysterious fires raging throughout the city, the downtown music scene and a wealthy family of real estate owners from uptown, worn down by the many secrets that she hides.
The series was created by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, who will also serve as showrunners and executive producers. Savage and Schwartz worked on such titles as “Gossip Girl,” “Nancy Drew,” “The Astronaut Wives Club,” “Dynasty” and more.
The first three episodes of Burning city they are already available su Apple TV+with the other installments to be released weekly every Friday.
The film, directed by Guggenheim, incorporates documentary, archival and scripted elements to tell Fox’s remarkable story in his own words: the unlikely story of a child on a Canadian military base who rose to the heights of stardom in Hollywood from the 80s.
Filled with nostalgic and cinematic thrills, Fox’s public life will unfold alongside his never-before-seen private journey, including the years following his diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease at the age of 29. Intimate and honest, and produced with an unprecedented look at Fox and his family, the film chronicles the actor’s personal and professional triumphs and accomplishments and will explore what happens when an incurable optimist faces an incurable disease.
The film, which alternates documentary, archival and fictional elements, tells the extraordinary life of via MJ Fox in his own words: the unlikely story of a short boy growing up on a Canadian Army base who rose to the heights of stardom in 1980s Hollywood. The story of Fox’s public life, between nostalgia and bright pages of cinema, rattles off anecdotes about his private life never revealed before him, also dealing with the years following his diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease at the age of 29. Intimate and honest, filled with personal contributions and from the entire Fox family, the film chronicles the actor’s personal and professional triumphs and tribulations, exploring what happens when an incurable optimist is faced with an incurable disease. A mix of adventure and romance, comedy and drama: watching it is like watching a film by Michael J. Fox.
Among those who worked on the film is also Lauren Powell Jobsthe widow of Steve Jobs, as executive producer of the project along with the longtime partner of Fox, Nelle Fortenberry.
The 90-minute documentary is available today su Apple TV+.Apple TV+
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