The cult Thriller “the silence of the lambs”, which was released in 1991, will be continued, or rather one episode of the series called “Clarice”, which will decide the fate of the tape.
About it writes the edition Deadline.
The plot of the new tape will be developing after the events of the film “silence of the lambs”, namely in 1993. This time the main character will be FBI agent Clarice Starling, who previously stated in the main picture.
Regarding the plot of the series, he will talk about catching serial killers and sexual predators, as well as to investigate political life in Washington. However, it is worth noting that the series does not appear Hannibal Lecter.
Still from the film silence of the lambs
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“After more than 20 years of silence we have the honor to give a voice to one of the most persistent American characters — Clarice Starling. Her story is what we need today: her fight, her perseverance, her victory. Her time is now and always”, — stated in the message.
Now the film has already begin its work screenwriter Jenny Lumet and directed by Alex Kurtzman. However, there is bad news to the fans: first, will shoot a pilot episode of “Clarissa”, after which it will be decided what to do with the series, and whether to release it in the future.
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