Worth Watching - Jan 9: Noah Buschel's The Missing Person Trailer
We haven't had a new "worth watching" trailer for quite a while and that's because there hasn't been that much worth watching. Today I finally have something worth pointing out, and it's a trailer for an upcoming Sundance movie called The Missing Person. If you love mysteries, or film noir, or movies about private investigators, stop what you're doing and watch this now. Michael Shannon stars as private investigator John Rosow who is hired to tail a man on a train from Chicago to Los Angeles. This looks pretty spectacular, like one of those indie gems that won't go far but will nestle its way into the hearts of critics everywhere.
Watch the trailer for Noah Buschel's The Missing Person:
Fore more info on the film, head to the official website: missingpersonmovie.com
The Missing Person is both written and directed by up-and-coming filmmaker Noah Buschel, of indie flicks Bringing Rain and Neal Cassady previously. The film will be premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in just a few weeks. It already has an indie distributor by the title of Visit Films so it won't be searching for one at the festival. The Missing Person will be hitting your local art house theater sometime in late 2009.