This goes beyond a simple murder. Trailer for ‘For heaven’s sake’

FX Networks presents the official trailer and poster of ‘By command of heaven’, television adaptation of the non-fiction novel written by the American journalist and writer Jon Krakauer. Andrew Garfield (‘The Amazing Spider-Man 3’), Sam Worthington (‘Avatar’) and Daisy Edgar-Jones (‘Fresh’) lead the cast of this seven-episode miniseries created, developed and written by Dustin Lance Black (‘ My Name is Harvey Milk’, ‘J. Edgar’) which recounts the 1984 murder of Brenda Wright and her young daughter in a singular Mormon suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah. A small, devout Mormon town is shaken when two members of the town’s most prominent and influential family, the Laffertys, are brutally murdered in their home. The search for the truth takes investigators deep into the Utah hills and into a labyrinth of Mormon church institutional bureaucracy, hidden pasts, fundamentalism, and God’s mandates. That’s when the faith of Detective Jeb Pyre, a staunch Mormon, will be tested as he uncovers many buried truths about the origins of his religion and the violent consequences of a dogmatic and uncompromising faith. Denise Gough, Wyatt Russell, Billy Howle, Gil Birmingham, Adelaide Clemens, Rory Culkin, Seth Numrich, Chloe Pirrie, Sandra Seacat and Christopher Heyerdahl complete the main cast of this series whose first two episodes were directed by David Mackenzie (‘Comanchera’). In turn, Mackenzie is an executive producer with Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Anna Culp of Imagine Television, Jason Bateman and Michael Costigan of Aggregate Films and Gillian Berrie and Dustin Lance Black. ‘By command of heaven’ It is an FX Productions production that will be released in the United States on April 28 through Hulu, without Star / Disney + having set a date for our country at the moment.

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