Indie Trailer Sunday: Jordan Scott's Drama 'Cracks' with Eva Green
We haven't done one of these in a while, but here we go again. IFC Films debuted an official trailer on Apple for Jordan Scott's Cracks, an indie drama that premiered in '09 (remember this poster?) with Eva Green. Set at an all-girls boarding school in 1934, Cracks sees Eva Green playing Miss G, an enigmatic-yet-alluring teacher who inspires fanatical loyalty within the small clique of girls in her diving team. However, when the arrival of a Spanish girl (played by María Valverde) as the new boarder throws their cosy world into flux, all manner of nastiness ensues. This also stars Juno Temple, Imogen Poots, Maria Valverde and Sinead Cusack.
Watch the official US trailer for Jordan Scott's Cracks:
You can also watch the Cracks trailer in High Definition on Apple
A look at the lives and relationships of multiple young girls who attended an elite British boarding school.
Cracks is directed by British filmmaker Jordan Scott, daughter of Ridley Scott who made her feature debut with this after directing a couple of shorts. The screenplay was co-written by Jordan Scott and Ben Court & Caroline Ip (both of The Hole, Marian Again, ITV's "Whitechapel"). This is based on Sheila Kohler's novel, first published in 2006. It premiered at the Toronto Film Festival way back in 2009 and is just now, finally, hitting theaters in the US thanks to IFC Films. Cracks arrives in limited theaters starting on March 18th.
Reader Feedback - 10 Comments
wow......beautiful movie to look at; story looks to be riveting......i'm sold. thanks for this one, alex. i might never find these movies if you didn't post them.
Anonymous on Feb 13, 2011
THIS LOOKS SO GOOD.
Georgiana on Feb 13, 2011
Looks reet scary. Great style too.
Crapola on Feb 13, 2011
Wow, this whole movie has been on youtube for almost a year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb4F_VXCTkE&playnext=1&list=PL967AE06D8F58F864&index=43
derp on Feb 13, 2011
Looks like a sloppy mixture of Kidman's 'To Die For' and 'Dead Poets'... with a good cinematographer courtesy of Daddy.
Bogart on Feb 14, 2011
Duuude this looks frigin intense.
Guy on Feb 14, 2011
Excellent - she clearly has listened to her father! She's had the best schooling ever!
Dominic on Feb 14, 2011
Had this trailer been posted before, maybe in a rougher version? It seems so familiar... But I'm definitely interested. Looks good.
Emma on Feb 14, 2011
Wow could be deep, deeper than what wasn't found in Doubt (2008).
Johnny Neat on Feb 15, 2011
Nice trailer. Btw the movies been on the web for a while now...
Cruzer on Feb 15, 2011
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