Watch: Elizabeth Olsen in the 'Peace, Love & Misunderstanding' Trailer
If you haven't heard of Elizabeth Olsen by now, who is seemingly much more suited for feature films than her twin siblings Mary-Kate and Ashley, then you're missing out on some fantastic performances. She made a splash at Sundance in 2011 with Silent House and Martha Marcy May Marlene and shined again at the festival this year with Liberal Arts and Red Lights. Now she's back in Peace, Love and Misunderstanding, a film about an uptight NYC lawyer (Catherine Keener) who takes her two teenagers to her hippie mother's (Jane Fonda) farmhouse upstate for a family vacation. Watch below!
Here's the first trailer for Bruce Beresford's Peace, Love & Misunderstanding from Yahoo! Movies:
Bruce Beresford (The Contract, Double Jeopardy) directs Peace, Love & Misunderstanding from a script by freshmen writers Joseph Muszynski and Christina Mengert. The film follows an uptight NYC lawyer (Catherine Keener) takes her two teenagers (Elizabeth Olsen and Nat Wolff) to her hippie mother's (Jane Fonda) farmhouse upstate for a family vacation. A weekend getaway quickly turns into a summer adventure of romance, music, family secrets and self-discovery. The film will hit theaters on June 8th this summer.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
maytheforce on Apr 26, 2012
He he, hiiiiippppiiiess.
Crapola on Apr 26, 2012
Meow on Apr 26, 2012
this looks good (even tho it looks pretty predictable, as well)
beevis on Apr 26, 2012
Not like, Olson must think about Oscar, maybe good project doesn't offer to her, but I think Martha Marcy may Marlene actress deserve really high career, I'm big fan of her,she can be phenomenon, Mia wasikowska has better trend, I Wana see Olson in more complicated,anarchic,powerful drama flicks I wait to see this one
Ehsan Davodi on Apr 26, 2012
Looks good. I love Jeffery Dean Morgan, people fighting against the societal norms, and marijuana jokes. I'm in.
Andrew Geczy on Apr 27, 2012
I like it. Elizabeth Olson is so pretty *_*
fem!anon on Apr 27, 2012
Seems like a pretty predictable story, but the cast looks stellar. I love Keener, Olsen and Morgan, so while I may not plunk down $10 to see it in the theater, I'll definitely hit up the RedBox for it.
Scotty97 on Apr 29, 2012
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