The Lady of Heaven having wowed American audiences and will surely elicit the same reaction upon its arrival to movie theaters later this month in Fiji, Canada and Ireland. The film highlights the remarkable life of Lady Fatima. Lady Fatima was the daughter of Muhammed and is strongly praised for her exceptional strength and perseverance.
The film starts off by displaying a young boy caught in the midst of war. After his mother is killed as a result of the horrific conflict occurring in the country, the boy is taken in by his grandmother. His grandmother tells him the story of Lady Fatima, hoping to inspire him with her incredible story and unparalleled determination and leadership.
Eli King stands as the director of the film, constantly ensuring that the film’s beauty matched the story and the woman that it was based around. Though this is Eli King’s first time directing, it is not at all apparent throughout the film. The visuals are incredible and the story is displayed beautifully in its raw and unchanged nature. It is clear that King has put an immense amount of effort into guaranteeing that this film was a masterpiece. And he certainly delivered.
Actors Denise Black (Last Orders, Doc Martin), Gabriel Cartade (Summer Skewl), Ray Fearon (Beauty and The Beast, The Foreigner), Mark Anthony Brighton (Doctor Strange, Green Street Hooligans), Oscar Saleem (Des, Deep Water), and Albane Courtois (Gentleman Jack, And Then I Was French) star in this cinematic masterpiece. This cast displays intense dedication to their craft and remains pivotal to the movie’s greatness.
The film’s release in America garnered large reactions from audiences and critics alike. Some even flew in from different countries just to see the film’s debut. Thousands were moved and continued to comment on the film’s significant impact.
One critic remarks, “The Lady of Heaven also features some lovely production design, with considerable restraint being shown in the scenes set in the seventh century. It becomes a surprisingly un-glitzy period piece and strips away the air of remove that many films in the genre possess.”
Citizens in Iraq were extremely enthusiastic for the film’s release. Community members marked their excitement through their printing of countless film posters, stopping their cars in the middle of the road to show their respect and appreciation for the film’s sharing of such a crucial part of their culture, and utilizing their phone screens to display the trailer for the film at the time of its release.
A viewer shares their complete astonishment by the creation of the film: “This movie is amazingly wonderful. I will watch the movie several times until my mind comprehends this beauty in all its details. The script is smart, the writing is perfect, and the acting was really outstanding. Directing, filming, and everything was done as if it were a painting.”
Excitingly, the film is extending its scope into Fiji, Canada, and Ireland. The film’s release in Fiji is set for April 21st. Its release in Canada and Ireland will come a bit later, debuting on April 29th. We can only expect the same adoration and glowing reviews for the film from these audiences.
To learn more about The Lady of Heaven, visit ladyofheaven.com.