BLAZE (2022) Movie Trailer: Julia Savage witnesses a traumatic event in Del Kathryn Barton’s coming-of-age film

Blaze Trailer

Del Kathryn Bartonit is Flambé (2022) movie trailer was released by Bonsai Movies. The Flambé trailer stars Julia Wild, Simon Boulanger, Yael Pierre, Josh Lawsonand Sophie Hampson.


Del Kathryn Barton and Huna Amweero wrote the screenplay Flambé. Sam Small and Angel Olsen created the music for the film. Jeremy Rousse designed the film’s cinematography.


Plot Synopsis

FlambéPlot Synopsis: “The coming-of-age genre is reimagined in this stunning drama about a family in crisis. Simon Baker plays the caring single father of twelve-year-old Blaze (played by Julia Savage), who goes off the rails after suffering trauma. Colorful and creative sequences immerse us in the psyche of our heroine, as she channels and explores her depression, anger and grief, in search of an appropriate way to express herself. Baker excels as a patriarch who is all too aware of society’s shortcomings and concerned to protect and support his daughter’s budding identity. It’s a cathartic and cleverly crafted film about a survivor, which delights the senses by merging fantastical sequences with the authentic reality of the lived experience of women.

On movie trailers

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FilmBook Writer Jacob Mouradian saw again Flambé at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival and had this to say about the film:

The feature film trailer

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Blaze Trailer

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