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Official Trailer for Paul Bettany's 'Shelter' Starring Jennifer Connelly

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October 8, 2015
Source: YouTube

Shelter Trailer

"What are you doing?" "Who are you?" "Who am I?!" Screen Media Films has debuted a trailer for Paul Bettany's directorial debut titled Shelter, co-starring Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Mackie. The film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year, and received some rave reviews which are quoted in this rather beautiful trailer. Shelter explores how two homeless people in New York City met and fell in love, and it looks like a very intense and riveting story. The cast includes Amy Hargreaves, Scott Johnsen and Bruce Altman. This may actually be worth seeing, at least to get a look at Bettany's directing debut. Take a look!

Here's the official theatrical trailer (+ poster) for Paul Bettany's Shelter, direct from YouTube:

Shelter Poster

Hannah and Tahir (Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Mackie) come from two different worlds. But when their lives intersect, they’re at the same place: homeless on the streets of New York. There are more than 50,000 homeless people living on the streets and in the shelters of New York City. To most of us they are nameless and faceless, and occasionally a nuisance. But every single person has a story. And Hannah and Tahir are no different. And theirs is a story of loss, love, hope and redemption. Shelter is the directorial debut of actor Paul Bettany, who also wrote the screenplay. The film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2014. Screen Media Films will release Shelter in theaters + VOD starting November 13th, 2015 this fall.

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Reader Feedback - 18 Comments

1

I heard this film has a lot of vision.... (I'm here all week)

TheOct8pus on Oct 9, 2015

2

Hehe...

Nash on Oct 9, 2015

3

50,000 homeless in NY? It's a good way to deal with the mentally ill I suppose.

Carpola on Oct 9, 2015

4

50.000 homeless is the number of refugees we get here every day in Europe...

Nash on Oct 9, 2015

5

So the director is making a race-mixing film staring his wife and a black guy? I'm not interested in financing this loser's cuckold fantasies.

BasedBill on Oct 9, 2015

6

He's a good goy.

JewishProducer on Oct 9, 2015

7

Race...mixing. Race-mixing? Race-mixing. Um...Oooooookaaaaaaay...

Quanah on Oct 10, 2015

8

What else would you call it?

Seth Rothstein on Oct 11, 2015

9

I would call it a film about people.

Quanah on Oct 11, 2015

10

I would call you a cuckold.

AsianCuck on Oct 11, 2015

11

Someone contact Nickelodeon! We need great directors like Bettany leading the way for our youth.

Anon Anonington on Oct 9, 2015

12

When I see nothing special in the film, I write about the beauty of actresses or something similar. So, Jennifer Connelly is looking stunning in this...

shiboleth on Oct 9, 2015

13

I like the poster. The film looks pretty okay too.

DAVIDPD on Oct 9, 2015

14

Seemed to have a pretty strong The Visitor rip-off plot going.

ff on Oct 10, 2015

15

Wow this guy Bettany is a sick, sick cuckold.

Seth Rothstein on Oct 11, 2015

16

Why?

Quanah on Oct 11, 2015

17

I think you know why.

AsianCuck on Oct 11, 2015

18

THIS MOVIE IS BRILLIANT AS FUCK!! THE LEVEL OF INTELLIGENCE TO PERCEIVE this Level of Awesome OMFG HATERS GON HATE BIIIIG TIME

ACEN Glemb on Oct 12, 2015

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