Greg Kinnear & Billy Crudup Star in Murder Drama 'Thin Ice' Trailer

January 5, 2012
Source: Apple

Thin Ice Official Trailer

"You better not be screwing with me." ATO Pictures debuted the official trailer in high def on Apple today for a crime drama called Thin Ice co-starring Greg Kinnear and Billy Crudup, as well as Alan Arkin, Bob Balaban and Lea Thompson. This Wisconsin-set indie is essentially a Coen Brothers snowy/icy murder drama, but without the Coen Brothers touch, instead with Crudup and Kinnear. I was thinking it might even be a black comedy, but it's not really that either, just a cold, hard drama. Thin Ice premiered at Sundance last year and is just being released now. I'm not that keen on it, but give the trailer a look anyway.

Watch the official trailer for Jill Sprecher's Thin Ice, in high def via Apple:

You can also download the official Thin Ice trailer in High Def on Apple

A Wisconsin salesman's search for a rare musical instrument sets off a series of dramatic consequences.

Thin Ice is written and directed by American filmmaker Jill Sprecher, a University of Wisconsin whose directorial debut was Clockwatchers; she also directed Thirteen Conversations About One Thing. The script was co-written by sisters Jill & Karen Sprecher (Clockwatchers, Thirteen Conversations). Produced by Werc Werk Works, this debuted at the Sundance Film Festival last year and is getting released this year by ATO Pictures. Thin Ice will start playing in limited theaters on February 17th, if you're interested in catching it.

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    Good to see Lea Thompson back in the saddle. Trailer: 7/10.
  • Armeetapus16
    Reminds me of Fargo
    • peloquin
      More like The Ice Harvest if you ask me...
  • Michael W
    What is it about cold, snowy locations that makes murderers act irrationally?




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