The first set photos from the big screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s seminal novel On the Road were published last November, and new images from the Walter Salles directed movie have finally been released. The images show Salles’ choice of muted colors to depict the Sixties aesthetics and the smoky, hazy Beatnik ambience in which On the Road‘s heroes, Sal and Dean, evolve. Actors Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley and Garrett Hedlund look über-cool enough to play the lead roles of the Beat Generation’s most famous protagonists. Hit the jump for the synopsis and images:
Here’s the synopsis:
After the death of his father, Sal Paradise, a young writer from New York, meets Dean Moriarty, a young and dangerously seductive rebel. The immediately click. Determined not to get stuck in a mediocre life, Sal and Dean hit the road. With a thirst for freedom, they explore the world and travel to meet others and find themselves.
Images via French website Comme au Cinéma
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