Watch: 2009 TIFF Selected Sci-Fi 'Mr. Nobody' Trailer with Jared Leto
There's no telling when certain film festival selected films might arrive in theaters. In the case of Jaco Van Dormael‘s sci-fi drama Mr. Nobody, it's been four years since the film premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. While the film has premiered overseas in many countries, the film is only just now getting a release in the United States. Jared Leto stars in the film as a 118-year old man in the year 2092, who finds himself the last mortal amongst a human race that has become immortal. On his deathbed, the man decides to look at three possible paths his life may have taken. The trailer is pretty damn great.
Here's the first trailer for Jaco Van Dormael's Mr. Nobody via The Film Stage:
And here's the trippy poster for the film featuring Jared Leto from IndieWire:
In the year 2092, Nemo Nobody is a 118-year-old man who finds himself as the last mortal amongst humans who have become immortal due to scientific advances from the perpetual rejuvenation of telomeres. When Nemo is on his deathbed, he reviews three possible existences and marriages he might have experienced. References to the big bang theory, the nature of time, superstring theory, and memory help structure the plot. Jared Leto, Sarah Polley, Diane Kruger, Rhys Ifans and Juno Temple also star in the film from writer/director Jaco Van Dormael which hits VOD on September 26th and theaters on November 1st.