Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Hollywood film Broken Horses that is set to release on April 10, 2015 has charmed two of the biggest and most acclaimed directors of the world - James Cameron (Avatar) and Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity). Both Cameron and Cuaron are known for visionary cinema that has set new benchmarks for movie making and they were thrilled to see Broken Horses when it was screened for them. (Watch the teaser her -- http://youtu.be/GnFSa42Z2VQ )
"Broken Horses is an artistic triumph. Beautifully written, acted and imaged, this film wraps slowly around you like a king snake and squeezes," says James Cameron.
"Broken Horses overwhelmed me. The greatness of Vidhu Vinod Chopra's films comes from the act that all his characters are driven by love," says Alfonso Cuaron
Meanwhile the teaser trailer of Broken Horses has been released in cinemas with Vinod Chopra's hugely acclaimed production venture P.K. Starring Aamir Khan.
Broken Horses marks acclaimed filmmaker Chopra's Hollywood directorial debut, in a career spanning over three decades and several critically acclaimed and commercially successful films such as Parinda, 1942: A Love Story, Parineeta, Mission Kashmir, 3 idiots and the Munna Bhai series. It also marks the first time that an Indian filmmaker has written, produced and directed a mainstream Hollywood film. Fox Star Studios is distributing and marketing the film in India.
Set in the shadows of the US-Mexico border gang wars, Broken Horses is an epic thriller about the bonds of brotherhood, the laws of loyalty, and the futility of violence. The film has been written by Chopra and Abhijat Joshi ( PK, 3 IDIOTS, LAGE RAHO MUNNA BHAI) and is based on an original story by Chopra.
Broken Horses' principal cast features Vincent D'Onofrio (THE JUDGE, FULL METAL JACKET), Anton Yelchin (LIKE CRAZY, STAR TREK), Chris Marquette (ALPHA DOG, THE GIRL NEXT DOOR) and Maria Valverde (EXODUS). Chopra's technical crew on the film included Director of Photography Tom Stern (HUNGER GAMES, THE CHANGELING), Production Designer Toby Corbett (BAD LIEUTENANT) and Composer John Debney (IRON MAN 2).