‘Rhino’ First Official Trailer: Oleh Sentsov’s Crime-Drama Set To Premiere At Venice Film Festival

The first official trailer for Oleh Sentsov’s upcoming crime drama film Rhino has been released. The film will premiere at the 78th edition of the Venice Film Festival.

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However, Oleh Sentsov, who was jailed for years on charges of being widely condemned as corrupt by human rights organizations, makes Rhino the first film since his release. Sentsov was arrested in Crimea in May 2014. Russian court sentenced him to 20 years. Oleh Sentsov was imprisoned in Russia for years. Then, On 7 September 2019 he was released in a prisoner swap between Russia and Ukraine.

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Oleh Sentsov has written the screenplay along with directing Rhino, starring Margo Dumas, Pavlo Shpegun, Oleksandr Rubynskyy, Georgiy Povolotskiy and Serhii Filimonov.

Although Oleh Sentsov made his first film as a director in 2011 Gamer.

Rhino Film Plot

The story of Oleh Sentsov’s crime drama Rhino film is set in Ukraine in the 1990s. The story of the film will follow a young man nicknamed “Rhino”, who started out as a petty thief. By the late 1990s, he worked increasingly in the criminal hierarchy in Ukraine. Going forward, Rhino has only strength and toughness, but with nothing left to lose, can he finally find a chance for redemption?

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Release Date

Rhino, by Oleh Sentsov is now all headed to open at the 78th edition of the Venice Film Festival on September 10, 2021. Sentsov and the film’s star cast will also be present at the premiere. Global rights sales for Rhino Films will be handled by WestEnd Films.

Watch Below Rhino Official Trailer:-

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