The movie Beckett is set to release on Netflix, and we’re already getting excited. This article has all the details you need about the cast, plot, and release date of this anticipated film.
The release date of Beckett:
You won’t have to wait too long for Beckett, as the movie will be releasing on Netflix on August 13, 2021.
The cast of Beckett:
- John David Washington as Beckett
- Boyd Holbrook as Tynan
- Vicky Krieps as Lena
- Alicia Vikander as April
Trailer of Beckett:
Netflix, on Wednesday, released the official trailer of Beckett. The trailer starts with John David Washington’s character spending a romantic vacation in Greece with his girlfriend.
The Plot of Beckett:
The movie starts with Beckett (John David Washington) and Tynan (Boyd Holbrook) meeting for the first time. The two are now wanted men on the run, both of them accused of committing crimes in their pasts.
One year ago I had taken my girlfriend back home from Greece after our romantic vacation. The job came with an apartment right near Times Square which wasn’t too bad either. My girlfriend is from Russia but we are both American citizens now because of our parents who were immigrants when they moved here years ago.
In any case, things went south for me pretty quickly once Trump became president. He started deporting people left and right without warning, even if they’ve lived here their whole lives like my mother did or have U.S citizenship like me…. I felt betrayed by the country that Beckett built etc.
The story of Beckett:
The story is mainly based on a vacation in Greece; after visiting there, American tourist Beckett becomes the aim of a search after a dangerous accident.
He has been forced to run to save his life and become desperate just to get across the country to the American embassy to delete his name, tension rises after authorities close in and the political unrest mounts, and Beckett also involves deeply in the dangerous web of conspiracy.
Is Beckett might worth watching?
In general, Beckett is worth watching. The drama has a variety of audiences and the different cultures are portrayed vividly. It’s not just about who wants to watch people escaping from danger; it will show you how each individual involved in these conspiracies thinks and feels.