Since COVID-19 has come around and disrupted all aspects of our daily lives as we knew it, some of our beloved events like sports, festivals, social outings and even film releases have been postponed to later in the year once things will have hopefully calmed down. Recently, we saw the new James Bond film, to be originally released on April 25 (just a few days away), delayed until November. But not all movies have gone down that route.
Hearts and Bones, the heartfelt story of a traumatised war photojournalist (Hugo Weaving) who crosses paths with a Sudanese refugee (Andrew Luri) in Sydney, is going to fast-track the cinemas and be available to watch in your home from May 6. The popular drama screened at the Toronto Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival and Melbourne Film Festival, is going to be available on the following platforms:
And eventually on DVD a month later on June 6.
Don’t miss out on Hearts and Bones, the tale of hope and the mysterious bonds of family, friendship and fatherhood.