According to Deadline, actor Johnny Depp described directing the biopic of painter Amedeo Modigliani as a “fulfilling” and “transformative” experience.

“Modi,” an upcoming biographical drama film starring Riccardo Scamarcio, Antonia Desplat, Stephen Graham, Bruno Gouery, Ryan McParland, Luisa Ranieri, Sally Phillips, and Al Pacino, is Depp’s first feature-length directing endeavor in 25 years.

As the director of Modi, setting out on this cinematic adventure has been immensely rewarding and life-changing.

My sincere appreciation goes out to the entire cast, crew, and producers for their tireless dedication and inventiveness.

To Al, who asked me to direct this movie—how could I say no to Pacino?

Sincere gratitude for allowing him to freely donate his skill and commitment to our initiative.

I’m thrilled to share this singular and gripping tale with the world, and Modi is a monument to the cooperative spirit of indie cinema.”

The majority of the film was filmed in Budapest, Romania; Al Pacino’s sequences were most recently recorded in the United States.

The first behind-the-scenes photos of Johnny Depp directing the currently wrapping-up biopic Modi have surfaced, according to Deadline.

During the course of a 48-hour video, the life of Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani is followed, revealing a turbulent sequence of events that took place in the streets and bars of war-torn Paris during World War One.

His desire to end his job and leave the city is denied by his fellow bohemians as he flees from the police.

When he meets a collector who has the power to alter his life, Pandemonium reaches a crescendo.

Producer Barry Navidi and producer Johnny Depp’s European production business, IN.2, are the film’s producers.

Depp most recently acted in the French-language drama Jeanne Du Barry, which screened at Cannes. According to Deadline, Entertainment Weekly obtained the photographs first.

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