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Начало обсуждения по ссылке : Джош Хартнетт в криминальном триллере Inherit the Viper
Наследие гадюки /
Inherit the Viper

год         2018
страна США
слоган -
режиссер Anthony Jerjen
сценарий Эндрю Крэбтри
продюсер Мишель Меркт, Бенито Мюллер, Вольфганг Мюллер, ...
оператор Nicholas Wiesnet
композитор -
художник Трэйси Дишман, Prissy Lee, Эмили Батсон, ...
жанр         криминал
время -

В главных ролях:

    Джош Хартнетт
    Маргарита Левиева
    Чендлер Риггз
    Брюс Дерн
    Вэлори Керри
    Оуэн Тиг
    Дэш Майок
    Тара Бак
    Джаред Банкенс
    Блейн Керн

Страницы фильма на kinopoisk.ru

                         на  imdb.com

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К актерам фильма присоединился Чендлер Риггз.

Chandler Riggs Joins the Cast of the Film ‘Inherit the Viper’
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The Walking Dead‘s Chandler Riggs has quite a lot on his plate lately.  In addition to starring in the hit AMC series as Carl Grimes, Riggs is beginning to expand his horizons by taking on other artistic projects.

In addition to announcing the release of his first original song, Riggs also announced his involvement in a new film production.  Riggs has signed on as a part of the upcoming film Inherit the Viper.  He joins an already stellar cast line up including Josh Hartnett (Penny Dreadful), Bruce Dern (The Hateful Eight), Margarita Levieva (The Deuce), Owen Teague (Bloodline), Dash Mihok (Ray Donavan), and Valarie Curry (American Pastoral).

When Riggs announced his involvement with the film, he certainly stirred up some fright amongst The Walking Dead fans.  He did so by posting a photo of himself on Twitter sporting a new, mullet-like haircut which started worry fans since his long locks have become a trademark of Carl Grimes.  Riggs was quick to warn his followers that the new style was just for the movie:
nherit the Viper is the directorial debut for Anthony Jerjen and is based on a screenplay by Andrew Crabtree.  The film will be set in West Virginia and, according to Deadline, “follows siblings Kip (Hartnett), Josie (Levieva), and Boots (Teague) as they fight to escape the spiral of violence that has held them captive since their father’s passing. In these regions left behind by the economy, selling drugs has become their way of survival. A business that is hard to quit – at least not alive.”

Inherit the Viper is currently in production, however, a release date has not yet been announced for the film.

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И ещё одно фото со съемочной площадки фильма:
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Josh hartnett and director Anthony jerjen on set

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Новое фото со съемочной площадки фильма

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margosha777“The Conleys”.
Couldn’t have dreamed of better partners and teammates. Thank you for being my brothers, for this wild ride, for going along with my crazy ideas and for showing up. #inherittheviperfilm #itsawrap 🎬#owenteague #joshhartnett #family

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This film is gonna be fire! Starring #joshhartnett and #chandlerriggs from #twd #StayTuned #ComingToATheatreNearYou #actorslife

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Долгожданные новости!
Работа над фильмом  Inherit the Viper закончена, премьера состоялась на 16-м  Zurich Film Festival кинофестивале.

Релиз:
Inherit the Viper
Programme 2019
by Anthony Jerjen Special Screenings

Genre: Thriller
Country, Year: USA, Switzerland, 2019
Runtime: 90 Min
Languages: English

Director: Anthony Jerjen
Cast: Josh Hartnett, Margarita Levieva, Owen Teague, Valorie Curry, Chandler Riggs, Bruce Dern, Dash Mihok

A godforsaken rural area, somewhere in Ohio. Since the death of their father, the Riley siblings have kept their heads above water by illegally dealing in painkillers. Josie is managing the business with an iron fist, when her brother, War veteran Kip, is concerned that the risky business is increasingly turning them into outsiders in their small community. While Kip wants to keep his younger brother out of their illegal endeavours, his younger brother is already making plans of his own. Set in the white-trash milieu of the States, the atmospheric debut of Genevan director Anthony Jerjen tells the story of the struggle for survival of a family trying to escape their own spiral of violence.

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Обзор  фильма, осторожно, СПОЙЛЕРЫ!

ZURICH 2019
Review: Inherit the Viper

Anthony Jerjen’s first feature, Inherit the Viper [+], directed from a script by Andrew Crabtree and produced by Michel Merkt in collaboration with Benito and Wolfgang Mueller (line producer) from Barry Films, is a very promising debut.

Inherit the Viper, which is having its world premiere at the Zurich Film Festival and features a resolutely intriguing cast (which includes Josh Hartnett, Margarita Levieva, Bruce Dern and Owen Teague), aims to “touch the public like a great thriller, but also to represent a kind of warning, a story to avoid,” as Benito Mueller said. The film indeed broaches the difficult topic of the disconcerting spread of pain medication and of opioid analgesics in particular across the US, a phenomenon which now seems unstoppable, a modern plague too often ignored.
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In a rural area somewhere in West Virginia, the Riley family, composed of a sister and her two brothers, tries to survive on the money made from the illegal painkillers trade. Josie, the sister, manages the business with an iron hand, while her brother Kip, a former soldier played by Hartnett with surprising realism, handles the dangerous consequences of their illegal activities. Indeed, the family feels increasingly isolated from the local community, sucked into a parallel world where only the strongest survive. Kip would like to get out, but his younger brother (Teague, who offers a touching performance) is doing all he can to join the family business. Like any self-respecting thriller, Inherit the Viper takes the audience’s breath away, leaving us at the mercy of an unscrupulous world dominated by violence and rejection.

The first feature from the young Geneva-born director, shot in the heart of the United States among poor white communities, sets up a family microcosm in which the fight for survival becomes an everyday struggle. The Rileys find themselves caught in a spiral of violence they cannot control, the victims of a thankless universe which leaves no space for humanity, let alone solidarity.

How did a young Swiss director manage to film a world which, in many ways, seems incredibly distant from his own? Though Inherit the Viper cannot (and does not try to) compare with a film by Roberto Minervini, the undisputed king of documentaries about the most desolate and remote areas of the United States, the film beautifully holds its own, thanks to a realist aesthetic which never falls into caricature and promises interesting surprises in the future.

Almost every sequence in the film is set at night (one must salute the excellent work of cinematographer Nicholas Wiesnet), lending the film an extra layer of poetry, despite the violence present in most scenes. The choice to often show the characters in obscurity or against the light, as though the darkness had slowly began to swallow them, is smart and allows the audience to film the danger on a visceral level.

Anthony Jerjen successfully avoids the pitfall of moralism by showing characters who are constantly embroiled with what we might call the “grey area.” The good and the bad meet and collide, fuse and separate, as if to remind us that often, in order to survive, it is necessary to accept the darker side of ourselves. Inherit the Viper courageously addresses an important but uncomfortable topic which deserves to be tackled head-on. The result is raw and direct. It’s a slice of life filmed where hope has been replaced by despair.

Inherit the Viper was produced by Barry Films. International sales are handled by Wild Bunch International Sales.

(Translated from Italian)

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Кадры из фильма!

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ПОСТЕР!!!

G-Rod
@iamgrod

#InheritTheViper starring Josh Hartnett @chandlerriggs
directed by Anthony Jerjen. NEW MOVIE POSTER! Looking forward to this one! #chandlerriggs #joshhartnett #TWDFamily

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Кадры со съемок фильма

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Josh Hartnett & Margarita Levieva Will “Inherit The Viper” January 10
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For siblings Kip (Josh Hartnett) and Josie (Margarita Levieva), dealing opioids isn’t just their family business—it’s their only means of survival. When a deal goes fatally wrong, Kip decides he wants out. But Kip’s attempt to escape his family’s legacy ignites a powder keg of violence and betrayal, imperiling Kip, Josie, and their younger brother, Boots (Owen Teague), in this searing crime-thriller that builds to a shattering conclusion.

Starring Josh Hartnett, Margarita Levieva, Owen Teague, Valorie Curry, Chandler Riggs, Brad William Henke, Tara Buck, Dash Mihok, and Bruce Dern.

Directed by Anthony Jerjen.

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In Select Theaters, On-Demand & Digital January 10

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Фильм Inherit the Viper (Наследие Гадюки), в котором Джош сыграл одну из главных ролей, выходит в лимитированный американский прокат в январе 2020 года. Он будет показан в избранных кинотеатрах.
А, также, 10 января выйдет в цифровом формате.

Сюжет: Для брата Кипа (Джош Хартнетт) и сестры Джози (Маргарита Левиева) торговля *опиоидами - это не только их семейный бизнес, но и единственное средство выживания. В какой-то момент одна из очередных сделок проходит не по плану и Кип воспринимает это как знак. Он решает все завязать и начать жизнь с чистого листа. Но попытка Кипа вырваться из наследия своей семьи зажигает пороховую бочку насилия и предательства, ставя под угрозу Кипа, Джози и их младшего брата, по кличке Сапоги (Оуэн Тиг).

* наркотические вещества, обладающие структурным сходством с морфином. Вызывают чувство эйфории.

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Уже совсем скоро выйдет. Ждём .

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Долгожданный трейлер!

ТРЕЙЛЕР

и постер

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Josh Hartnett Fronts a Family of Drug Dealers in 'Inherit the Viper' Trailer (Exclusive)

Josh Hartnett is looking to leave the family business -- dealing opioids -- in Inherit the Viper, and ET can exclusively debut the trailer.

In the thriller, Hartnett plays Kip, who's cornered the drug trade in his small town alongside his sister, Josie (Margarita Levieva), and their younger brother, Boots (Mrs. Fletcher's Owen Teague). But with the police breathing down their necks and competition moving in, Kip is feeling the heat.

"Promise me something: Protecting this family comes first," he tells Josie in the trailer. "When it's time to quit, we quit. No questions asked."

When a deal goes south and the results are deadly, Kip wants out. But it won't be that easy. "This stuff is here either way," Josie says of the drugs they've yet to deal. "The only thing that makes a difference is who makes the money."

Chandler Riggs (The Walking Dead) and Bruce Dern also star in Anthony Jerjen's directorial debut.

Inherit the Viper is in select theaters and available digitally and On Demand on Jan. 10, 2020.

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Трейлер

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Inherit the Viper так и не осчастливлен адаптированным названием в кинопрокате, пока радуют только кадры из фильма.

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кадры
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Наследие гадюки..Посмотрела ,Джош понравился, у него единственного чистые волосы. Финал тяжелый.

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Makcy написал(а):

Наследие гадюки..Посмотрела ,Джош понравился, у него единственного чистые волосы. Финал тяжелый.

Добавила название, спасибо!
Makcy, ты первая посмотрела, как фильм в целом? Из 10 баллов на сколько тянет? Что Джош хорош, радует! Я не смотрела, настрой не тот, позже обязательно.

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Привет,Людмила,сижу в раздумьях. В фильме показана одноэтажная Америка с такими проблемами,как наркотики,безработица,короче,безпросвет ...Джош в последнее время выбирал сценарии какие то пропагандистские.Но тут еще претензия на высший смысл-Я не сторож брату своему (в данном случае,сестре).Все герои грязные,мерзкие,но Джош(герой его) в финале выбирает другой путь,не хочу спойлерить,но тоже ужасный.Сам он конечно очень органичный,живет ,как дышит,меня до сих пор не разварить,что он гений

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Не разуверить. Очень понравилась Левиева,хотя и мотивы ее героини ,и причины вообще не понятны.Видно,что Джош выбирал сценарий,ориентируясь на вечные ценности -семья,дети, и мне в нем это очень импонирует.Постельных сцен и даже поцелуев нет(Слава Богу,он в этом деле,как то хватку утратил).Но ,если без Джоша,такой фильм об Америке вызывает только тошноту...

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По поводу выбора не так написала.Выбор у его героя правильный,метод вызывает вопросы.В конце фильма он становится отцом и такой (котик) с ребенком на руках.Короче,смотреть стоит,его много и он там еще ПОЕТ))) Тут я просто хохотала,наши заунывные барды отдыхают)))

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Спасибо за отзыв! Заинтересовал!

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Makcy
Спасибо большое за отзыв, фильм приготовлен к просмотру, заинтригована и да, хочу услышать пение! Постельные сцены мне больше чем нравятся в первом сезоне "Ужасов по дешевке", если что, всегда можно пересмотреть))),а если хочу красоты и романтики-есть Слевин и Перл Харбор)) хочу погарячее- Одержимость и Черная Орхидея.
Воскрешая чемпиона и Вне времени- постельные сцены ужас ужасный, и да, Джоша в последних фильмах (в сценах постельных) будто выхолостили, куда что делось(((

Сорри за оффтоп.
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Интервью в рамках промоушн фильма "Наследие гадюки"
Интервью Джоша Хартнетта для Variety

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Интервью Джоша Хартнетта в продвижении фильма "Inherit the Viper" на APEntertainment

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CS Interview: Josh Hartnett on Crime Thriller Inherit the Viper

CS Interview: Josh Hartnett on crime thriller Inherit the Viper

Following his leading role on the acclaimed Showtime horror drama Penny Dreadful, Josh Hartnett has been making a slow-but-steady return to the film world and ComingSoon.net got the chance to catch up with the 41-year-old actor to discuss his next project, the crime thriller Inherit the Viper, which is in limited theaters and on VOD now!

RELATED: Josh Hartnett to Star in Paradise Lost Drama Series for Spectrum/Paramount Network

For siblings Kip (Hartnett) and Josie (Margarita Levieva, The Blacklist), dealing drugs isn’t just their family business—it’s their only means of survival. When a deal goes fatally wrong, Kip decides he wants out. But Kip’s attempt to escape his family’s legacy ignites a powder keg of violence and betrayal, imperiling Kip, Josie and their younger brother Boots (Owen Teague, It: Chapter Two), in this searing crime-thriller that builds to a shattering conclusion.

The film is written by Andrew Crabtree and directed by Anthony Jerjen in his directorial debut and features a cast that also includes Once Upon a Time in Hollywood‘s Bruce Dern, The Walking Dead‘s Chandler Riggs, The Following‘s Valorie Curry and Ray Donovan‘s Dash Mihok.

Hartnett, who nabbed a string of main roles in big-name projects including 1998’s The Faculty, 2001’s Pearl Harbor and Black Hawk Down before going on to star in the fan favorites Sin City, 30 Days of Night and Lucky Number Slevin, found himself drawn to the film for its script, which explores everything from family to the opioid epidemic in the United States. While the latter may seem a jumping off point for becoming a politics-driven film, the star found that Jerjen’s desire not to explore this one of his biggest draws to the project.

“The script drew me to it, and it’s right in line with the type of film I like to make, where it’s a challenge to make it, but when it works well, it says something that not a lot of other films can say,” Hartnett said. “When I read the script, I immediately was drawn in to the human tragedy of it, but I immediately started to think of things on a political level. When I met Anthony, who’s Swiss, he very clearly told me he didn’t want to make a political movie. He wanted to make a movie about this tragic situation in this family and the devastation that occurs in the community because of this drug, but not necessarily hit people over the head with the message. He felt uniquely placed to do that because he’s coming from Europe, looking at this issue as an American issue, not a right or left issue, not to do with what you think about Medicare and so on. What I appreciated about his approach and why I think this film really works is that all of that stuff is in the background or on the periphery of this story, but the story itself is a thriller and it’s a human drama about a family who are coming to terms with who they are, and in a very negative sense. I’m just kind of amazed that they were able to pull it all off given the small budget that we had and the small amount of time that we had to make it. In the end, when I saw the edit a couple of months ago, I was just amazed at the clarity of vision and the amount of silence and space and breath that Anthony brought to the film. And it just felt haunting and I’m proud to be a part of it.

Hartnett’s character Kip is not only the acting head of his family but is also a war vet who finds himself trying to find his place in the world as he and his wife are expecting a new child and he finds he may not be ready to continue his dangerous lifestyle, with the actor appreciating the family drama in the film.

“There is addiction within the family, there is obviously addiction outside of the family and then there is Kip dealing with his PTSD and a young man trying to figure out who he is in this world,” Hartnett said. “All of these things are happening simultaneously with the plot moving forward and I really appreciate that they were able to move the plot forward while also illuminating these other stories along the way. I think it was deftly handled and a remake job done by Anthony and Benito and the rest of the guys on the production side.”

While the smaller budget created a necessity for an expedited shooting schedule, Hartnett found one of the most challenging aspects of the project included the “emotional clarity” that the story’s subject matter required and how he had to find a way to be “present both because of the subject matter and the time that it took.”

“There were no second takes a lot of the time that we were filming, we had the one take to shoot what we need to shoot and then we had to move on,” he said. “We had to remain in it and try to continue to understand it more deeply as the filming went on and luckily I think all of the actors were totally committed. I know for a fact all the actors were there because of their commitment to the story and to Anthony, nobody was there to make money or anything, it was purely because we believed in the project. When you get a lot of committed people putting in a lot of time and working their asses off to make something, every once in a while it works out like this.”

With all of the dedicated people, as he described them, on set, he found it hard to pinpoint any one person as being fascinating to perform alongside, although he did also find himself becoming closer to his familial co-stars as shooting went on.

“I mean, Bruce Dern is always going to be fascinating, he brings a lot of himself to set,” Hartnett said. “Bruce never lets a movie set get in the way of a good story, so he’s fun to have around and he told some pretty amazing stories. I’ve worked with a few actors of his generation, I just finished a show with Nick Nolte and had a similar sort of feel. I think they just enjoy the fact that they’re able to be on set and create these characters and bring the gravity that they can bring. I think they appreciate the camaraderie on set a lot, so that was fun. Margarita, Owen and I became close while we were filming, we spent some nights at the house that we were supposed to have grown up in and got to know each other pretty well and traded stories about people that we know that have gone through addiction and things like that.”

After seeing a strong film career in the early to mid aughts, Hartnett’s film work began taking a more restrained approach and eventually landing in one of the lead roles in Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. Hartnett attributes this to both his work on the series as well as wanting to spend more time with his family.

“I just started doing other things, writing films, directing shorts and music videos and producing other films,” he said. “I just sort of started acting more in earnest after Penny Dreadful, because I found myself on that show wishing I could be out there doing more films because we were working on the show for three years, I didn’t have the time during the summer to really work on as many films as I would like to. Since it’s finished, I’ve had children and I’ve wanted to be home with my kids as much as possible, so I’ve only been going away to do films for a short period of time here and there. I know this sounds odd because most people chase, chase, chase the movie career, but just by default of personality, I’ve just been more committed to my family. But I am doing more films now and look forward to the few that I’m going to do next and hopefully there’ll be a few that come out that will be interesting to you and the public at large.”

Inherit the Viper is currently in select theaters and is available on digital and VOD now!

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