British rock star Mick Jagger will return to a movie theater at the Venice Film Festival, where he will present at the closing of the festival in September "The Burnt Orange Heresy", a thriller whose plot takes place in & # 39; an art world.
Signed by Giuseppe Capotondi, "The Burnt Orange Heresy", which adapted the eponymous novel by American Charles Willeford, also includes Canadian Donald Sutherland, Danish director Claes Bang and Australian Elizabeth Debicki ("Vita et Virginia "), say the organizers of the Mostra.
Mick Jagger, charismatic leader of the Rolling Stones who is on Friday 76, brought back the American No Filter Tour on June 21, in Chicago two months earlier due to his health problems.
The star was back on the stage after an intervention to replace a heart valve.
For his return to the big screen, the "pake or rock" depicts a rich art collector (Joseph Cassidy), obsessed with the lonely painter Jerome Debney (Donald Sutherland), who will propose a loving couple to meet Debney exchange from the theft of a master plug & # 39; a studio of one artist. The movie will be on September 7 at the Venice Lido, world premiere and closing of & # 39; e 76th Mostra.
A global rock star, Mick Jagger, has a dozen feature films, his latest performance in a 2001 feature film featuring "The Man from Elysian Fields" ("Lost Souls"), George Hickenlooper.
His legendary energy was also in the heart of & # 39; documentary homage to & # 39; a Rolling Stones "Shine a Light" in 2008 and directed by American Martin Scorsese.