‘Cash Heist’ actress Itziar Ituño stars in thriller ‘La isla de los faisanes’

‘Cash Heist’ actress Itziar Ituño stars in thriller ‘La isla de los faisanes’

With a speculative date of release around the month of February in the year 2024, La isla de los faisanes (Pheasant Island) is a chilling thriller film directed by ‘Pim, Pam, Pum’ director, Asier Urbieta. ‘Cash Heist’ actress Itziar Ituño Martínez has been linked with the forged of this haunting undertaking. Alongside her masterful function, ‘Ane is Lacking’ actress Jone Laspiur and ‘Cristobal Balenciaga’ actor Josean Bengoetxea play the numerous character roles on this work of fiction. Moreover, the script for this inventive work has been curated by the ‘The Big’ author, Andoni de Carlos. This Asier Urbieta directorial has been listed to be in manufacturing beneath the small print offered within the Web Film Database.

The plot of this suspenseful creation revolves across the look of a lifeless physique on Pheasant Island, an uninhabited river island positioned within the Bidasoa river, positioned between France and Spain. This occurence proves to be unlucky for the younger couple residing there, particularly Laida performed by the 29-year outdated Spanish actress, Jone Laspiur and Sambou, who’s being portrayed by the ‘Laiotz’ starrer, Sambou Diaby. The duo have a place of abode on the border of Bidasoa as talked about beforehand. The twists and turns that comply with the ominous presence of the corpse on the lone piece of land is what kinds the crux of this nail-biter work of fiction. This fear-inducing flick has been supported by a number of studios. As listed beneath Trakt Television, Arcadia Movement Footage, Tentazioa Produkzioak, Galatea Movies, La Fidèle Manufacturing have been the most important hubs which were concerned with the dissemination and manufacturing of this film. Additional, the positioning entails the working time of the film to be a humble one hour and thirty minutes. At the moment, it’s purported to be accessible within the languages Spanish, Castilian, Basque and French as per Trakt Television and Binged.

This characteristic movie marks the directorial debut of Asier Urbieta right into a full size film. It has reportedly been shot in Basque for six weeks after which in French and Spanish places of Irun, Hendaye and San Sebastian. (Source) Whereas sustaining its fictious nature, the creation additionally sheds gentle on the precise happenings of the banks of Bidasoa whereby twelve individuals have suspiciously gone by a disappearance. Being financed by the Basque Authorities and the ICAA with participation by the EiTB (Euskal Irrati Telebista) the destiny for this film has been seen to be a promising one by the followers who eagerly await its launch.