Johnny's movies

Black Mass. Johnny Depp wants to meet the protagonists of the story

Posted in Uncategorized by Anna Maria Polidori on April 10, 2014

Fascinated by James Bulger the bad hero of Black Mass Johnny Depp wants to meet him and other people as well for understanding the atmosphere and the profound reasons of…murdering.

Black Mass

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will be one of the next Johnny Depp’s projects as all we know. Interviewed by a presenter, Johnny

admits candidly: “You know, a situation that became the basis for the film. In any case it is important for a historical perspective. James Bulger fascinated me as a character, Image

He interests me. I would like to know what he was guided by committing various acts. I would like to meet him, sitting close to him and try to understand it. Also I would be interested to talk with relatives of his victims. Creating a movie, I would use experience with the residents of Boston.

Ad regarding Bulger … The way I will be filing a character will depend on my impressions of them. I do not think it would be just – show evil. I would have done everything possible to fairly evaluate their hero”.

It’s not the first time that an actor decides before to going on with a project of meeting first of all the protagonist and central characters of a story for trying to understand much better what it was going on in that period of life, or in this case in the mind of the various protagonistw. In this case why all these murders were committed, and what it moved that hands. It would be interesting to talk with the families of the victims as well because the story they can talk would be of course very differently from the one of the murder, giving to the movie that soul necessary for becoming a masterpiece of feelings.

The story involving Black Mass is a story of mafia and friendship.

John Connolly and  James “Whitey” Bulger in fact grew up together in the South Boston neighborhood but their existence were diametrically different. The first one as it happens most of the time in real life  became a good man of law working as an important member in the corp of the FBI and the other one joined the criminality. Local mafia, or mob as we want to call it.
They met again once adults and maybe it was predictable considering the roles of each of them in the society.
Let’s say that the book and story and adventures of these two men  will imply drug dealing, racketeering, murder. All of it and much more.

Anna Maria Polidori

 

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