Oscar winning director Danny Boyle is eager to relive the Slumdog Millionaire magic with his latest release 127 Hours starring James Franco.
Director Danny Boyle, after the riotious success of Slumdog Millionaire is keen on recreating the magic and score big both with the critics and the general viewers with his new adventure drama 127 Hours starring James Franco in a Hemingway-like tribute to man’s desire to live against all odds.
After the success of Slumdog Millionaire, director Danny Boyle has once again teamed up with Fox Searchlight Pictures, producer Christian Colson, writer Simon Beufoy, and music composer AR Rahman for an action drama starring James Franco.
127 Hours is the true story of Mountain climber Alan Ralston’s remarkable adventure to save himself after the fallen bolder crashes on his arms and traps in an isolated canyon in Utah. Throughout his journey, Ralston recalls friends, lovers, family and the two hikers he had met before his accident. Over the next five days Ralston battles elements and his own daemons to finally discovered he has the courage and the wherewithal to extricate himself by any means necessary and has to hike over 80 miles before he is finally rescued.
Since its release in, 127 hours has already received quite a lot of critical acclaim and has managed to bag no less than three nominations for the 68th Golden Globe awards including Best Original Score A.R. Rahman), Best Actor–Drama (James Franco) and Best Screenplay (Danny Boyle, Simon Beuafoy).