From this Wednesday, September 23, Enola Holmes film, based on Nancy Springer's novels, will be available on the streaming platform.
Enola Holmes, the Netflix adaptation of Nancy Springer's series of novels, opens today, Wednesday, September 23, on the streaming platform. Millie Bobby Brown stars in the title to bring to life the sister of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes, who in turn is played by Henry Cavill. Sam Claflin is the third in discord in this story and will be part of the main cast as the third unknown brother Holmes.
The film, directed by Harry Bradbeer, is set in 19th-century London and, although the dialogues are adapted to the present moment, the protagonists have been put out approving to find out who has the greatest knowledge of Victorian jargon used at the time. Words or expressions like 'Bags o' Mistery', 'Bricky', or 'Bang Up to the elephant' have been the ones that have appeared in this fun dynamic. The result: you can see it over these lines.
Although it seems that the actors are very green in Victorian jargon, which has been appreciated in the video is the number of jokes that are made in the six minutes that the clip lasts. Prove enough that the brief strips and loosenings have seen in the first trailer have pierced the big screen. Everything always from humor, fun, and respect.
Digital Spy, The Hollywood Reporter, Solzy at the Movies, among other international media outlets, have already published their review of the film. It seems that the first impressions have been very good and Enola's character has elevated Brown to the umpteenth power. We will have to wait for its premiere in Spain today, September 23, to find out if Holmes' sister manages to surpass her character Once in Stranger Things.
The film follows Enola, the young sister of Sherlock Holmes who lives with her mother, away from the worldly noise of London city. One day, her father suddenly disappears and the little girl in the family decides to ask her brother, the world's most cunning detective, for help. However, the restrictions of his two brothers will not be well received by Enola, who will decide to take justice on his own.