Subtitled – Genius. Lust. Pain.
Hardcore fashion fans will love this one. Not only will they get a sneak peek into the late fashion gawd’s, Alexander McQueen’s upcoming documentary but they would not have to wait that long. The movie documentary was announced it was in the casting phase back in 2016, where the press release stated that Jack O’Connell would play the character of the late great trend setter.
The trailers, two-minute long previews a compelling tone for the feature full length biopic featuring some of the designer’s most shocking moments during his come up into the stardom career. One of fashion’s most-anticipated documentary will explore McQueen’s origins from the streets of South London and the precarious relationship between his surroundings, influences, mental health conditions that comes with being a “genius’ as well as his struggles within the industry.
McQueen will premiere on June 8th, after receiving raving views at its premiere last month at The Tribeca Film Festival, with direction from Ian Bonhôte and written by Peter Ettedgui that referred to McQueen as an artist, visionary and a disrupter who reached the age of 48-years old, not long until he lost his depression. According to the Guardian, The film has zeroed in on McQueen’s preparations for his 2009 autumn/winter collection, Horn of Plenty, a retrospective that was inspired by his career.