Watch: First 'Bare' Trailer Starring Dianna Agron & Paz de le Huerta

September 24, 2015
Source: YouTube

Bare Trailer

"I wanna take you to one of my favorite places." IFC Films has debuted a trailer for the indie drama Bare, from writer/director Natalia Leite, co-starring Dianna Agron and Paz de le Huerta. This lesbian indie drama premiered at Tribeca and is about a girl in Nevada who becomes "romantically involved with a female drifter", that ends up teaching her lessons about life the hard way. This trailer doesn't look so bad, but some of the reviews for this were pretty mediocre, with THR mentioning a "mundane storyline". I'm not so sure if it'll be any good - give the trailer a watch below. Also stars Chris Zylka, Louisa Krause & Mary Price Moore.

Here's the first official trailer Natalia Leite's Bare, found direct from YouTube:

Bare Poster

After a lifetime of living in her sheltered and rural hometown, without any apparent means of changing a certain fate, Sarah (Dianna Agron) discovers a possible way out in meeting Pepper (Paz De La Huerta), a mysterious female drifter. Underneath Sarah’s search for freedom is her discovery of love. But as their friendship develops into a romance, and Sarah’s life veers further away from what it was. She soon finds herself trapped in a double life and quickly realizes what happens when real life collides with fantasy. Bare is both written & directed by newcomer Natalia Leite, of a few shorts previously. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. IFC Films will release Bare in select theaters starting October 30th this fall.

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    Not for me. The emotional life of a mid-westerner has no appeal. I saw enough of Paz in BOARDWALK EMPIRE.
  • tommyturner
    Message to rural Americans. Your life is inherently boring. Go lesbian and become a stripper.
    • shiboleth
      There's probably a lot of choices. Become a housewife for local idiots or have a bunch of kids who will turn to be product of idiotic social environment, go to shitty place called church for consolation. Yup, very exciting to be American out of big city ...
  • shiboleth
    Good title. And that's a good start for such a kind of narrative, at least for me, so I might watch it ...




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