Flag Day (film)

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Flag Day
Directed bySean Penn
Produced by
Screenplay byJez Butterworth
Based onFlim-Flam Man: The True Story Of My Father’s Counterfeit Life
by Jennifer Vogel
Starring
CinematographyDaniel Moder
Production
company
  • Clyde Is Hungry Films
  • New Element Films
  • Rahway Road
  • Wonderful Films

Flag Day is an upcoming drama film directed by Sean Penn.

Premise[edit]

The daughter of a con artist struggles to come to terms with her father’s past.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

It had been announced in March 2019 that a casting call for the film had been issued, with filming for the project due to commence in Winnipeg.[1]

The filming of the movie happened in the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg on the 1st of August, 2019. The scene was of a graduation ceremony. [2]

Filming had begun in June, with the cast including Penn and his children Dylan Penn and Hopper Penn. Josh Brolin, Miles Teller and Katheryn Winnick were also among the cast announced.[3] In July 2019, James Russo joined the cast.[4]

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