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Natalie Portman & Lily-Rose Depp in French Trailer for 'Planetarium'

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August 25, 2016
Source: YouTube

Planetarium Trailer

"Tell André to be careful." The first trailer has arrived for the film Planetarium, from French filmmaker Rebecca Zlotowski, which is premiering at both the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals coming up. Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp star as sisters in Paris in the 1930s who have the mysterious supernatural ability to connect with ghosts. The two of them put on performances in the city and make movies, but end up in some other trouble. The full cast includes Emmanuel Salinger, Amira Casar, Pierre Salvadori, and Louis Garrel. This looks very French, with luxurious shots of vintage locations plus romance galore.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Rebecca Zlotowski's Planetarium, direct from YouTube:

Planetarium Poster

Follows the journey of sisters who are believed to possess the supernatural ability to connect with ghosts. They cross paths with a visionary French producer while performing in Paris. Planetarium is directed by young French filmmaker Rebecca Zlotowski, of the films Belle épine (Dear Prudence) and Grand Central previously. The screenplay is written by Rebecca Zlotowski & Robin Campillo. This film will premiere at the upcoming Venice and Toronto Film Festivals next month, before arriving in theaters in France starting in November. No other US release info is available yet. Stay tuned for any updates. First impressions of this?

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  • DAVIDPD
    Cool. Portman could use a comeback (in my life).
  • RAW_D
    Wow. Cinematography is beautiful. Get an odd vibe from the story though....a lot of twists and turns it seems. Definitely intriguing.
  • shiboleth
    Living in France made Natalie Portman to act in different films. Something like Kristen Scott Thomas. That doesn't always need to be ok. But who knows ..? This looks kinda confusing, but also beautiful somehow ...

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