Apple Releases New Hala Movie Trailer

Hala

Since last November 1, Apple's streaming video service is already in operation, although the content that it makes available to us is still more than limited, since we can count them on the fingers of both hands and we still have two left.

As the weeks and months go by, the content of this service will expand, giving entry not only to more chapters of the series that are already available but also new series, as well as films and documentaries. The next content to be available will be the movie Hala.

Apple has published a new trailer on its YouTube channel of this new film, a film that shows us the life of Hala, played by Geraldine Viswanathan, a 17-year-old student who struggles to find the balance between being a teenager living in a suburb while staying true to the Muslim upbringing he has received. In the process, Hala discovers a secret that threatens to destroy her family.

Hala was selected by the Toronto Film Festival and Sundance in 2019, is produced by Jada Pinkett Smith, directed by Minhal Baig and performed by Geraldine Viswanathan, Jack Kilmer and Gabriel Luna. It lasts 93 minutes and is included in the dramatic genre.

As of today, the series available on Apple TV + are: The Morning Show, See, Dickinson, For All Mankind, Helpsters, The Ghost Writer and Snoopy in Space. Regarding films and documentaries, at the moment only the documentary Queen of Elephants is available. The next content that will arrive on Apple TV + are the Servant series, Truth be told and the film Hala as we have commented in this article.


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