The second episode of the new Netflix series, Seven Seconds is dedicated to the last year, died topregisseur Jonathan Demme. The author of The Silence of the Lambs died in april at age 73. This episode of Seven Seconds is almost certainly the last that he as the director made.
The series, from Friday to see is on Netflix, tells about the death of a fifteen-year-old African-American boy in New Jersey. The police stops the true facts of the accident to cover up, but various parties take no pleasure. The series, starring Regina King, Beau Knapp, and Clare-Hope Ashitey, is created by producer Veena Sud.
Demme made for Sud previously been a number of episodes of her series The Killing, an American remake of the acclaimed Scandinavian thrillerreeks. He died from the effects of esophageal cancer.
The director won the 1992 Oscar for the iconic thriller The Silence of the Lambs, cannibal Hannibal Lecter. It is only one of three movies ever that the five major Oscars in the awards. In addition, Demme’s acclaimed films as Something Wild and Philadelphia, for which Tom Hanks his first Oscar award.
Also made Demme a lot of muziekdocumentaires. His last feature film was Ricki and the Flash with Meryl Streep from 2015.