Worth Watching: Trailer for Indie Dramedy 'Terri' with John C. Reilly
"You have begun to wear pajamas every day..." ATO Pictures has debuted the official trailer for Terri, the indie dramedy starring John C. Reilly and newcomer Jacob Wysocki as Terri. Following the new trend of "adult takes struggling kid under their wing, both become better people together" genre is this latest indie, which debuted at Sundance this year to quite positive reviews. Apple unveiled this trailer, which is actually very entertaining, mostly because John C. Reilly is funny in whatever he's in. This does indeed look quite charming, quirky and fun, almost very unique in a Napoleon you-know-who way if I might say, check it out.
Watch the first official trailer for Azazel Jacobs's Terri:
You can also watch the Terri trailer in High Definition on Apple
Centers on a large 15-year-old boy (Wysocki) in a small town as he struggles to adjust to his difficult life.
Terri is directed by Azazel Jacobs, son of Ken Jacobs, director of Momma's Man previously. The story was created by Jacobs and newcomer Patrick Dewitt, while Dewitt has solo credit on the actual screenplay. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Indie distributor ATO (Art Takes Over) Pictures will be bringing Terri to limited theaters starting July 1st this summer. Anyone interested in catching this?