True History of the Kelly Gang
Ned Kelly “Australian Robin Hood.” 19th century, Australia. The son of immigrants from Ireland, suffering from injustice and cruelty of the colonial authorities since childhood, gathers a gang of robbers and murderers, and they begin to attack banks.
But they not only robbed them – they either burned the mortgages of ordinary people, or gave them the looted money so that they paid them. And the only ones that Ned and his gang hated were the police, and for them, the meeting with the “Kelly Gang” could not end well. For some, he and his gang became heroes, for others, scumbags.
The film was shot on the basis of the novel of the same name by Peter Carey, therefore, let’s open a little secret, most of the film is a fictional story.
The film was directed by Australian director Justin Kurzel. The main roles in this film were played by George Mackay, Essy Davis, Nicholas Holt, Thomasine Mackenzie, Charlie Hunnam, Russell Crowe.
This film is the 16th in a row, telling the story of Ned Kelly and his gang, the most famous of which are: “The True Story of the Kelly Gang” of 1906 (which is considered the first full-length film in the history of world cinema); 1970’s “Ned Kelly” starring Mick Jagger; 2003 “Kelly Gang” with Orlando Bloom, Heath Ledger, Naomi Watts, Jeffrey Rush. On the screens of cinemas since February Twenty Seven.