The actress will be present at the festival in Sicily to promote the film, as reported by Deadline. Audiences can expect the movie to premiere on June 24, showcasing Heard’s remarkable performance.
Directed by Conor Allyn, “In The Fire” is a thrilling supernatural tale that delves into the realm of the unknown. Set in 1899, the film follows Heard’s character, a psychiatrist, during a time when psychiatry had not yet gained recognition as a scientific field. She embarks on a journey as an American psychiatrist, venturing to a lavish Colombian estate to investigate the case of a disturbed child, believed by many to be possessed by the devil.
As the plot unfolds, the psychiatrist’s efforts to unravel the truth become a race against the deeply ingrained fears of the townspeople, resulting in a gripping and suspenseful narrative.
Excitement fills the air not only for Amber Heard’s film, but also for her ex-husband Johnny Depp, as his new movie, “Jeanne du Barry,” is set to have its Italian premiere at the same festival. The film had previously garnered acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, further adding to the anticipation surrounding the event.
The former couple, who have been the subject of numerous headlines in the past, notably due to their dual defamation trial, emerged from the legal battle with mixed outcomes.
Both Amber Heard and Johnny Depp experienced victories and losses in different aspects of the case, capturing the attention of the public throughout the proceedings.
With the debut of “In The Fire” and the Italian premiere of “Jeanne du Barry” at the Taormina Film Festival, fans and cinephiles alike eagerly await the opportunity to witness the talents of both Amber Heard and Johnny Depp in their respective projects.