Must Watch: First International Trailer for Clubland!
by Alex Billington
May 10, 2007
This was one of my favorite movies from Sundance, in fact, I rated it #2 in my Best of the Fest. It's honestly a must watch trailer, given it's the first real glimpse of Clubland and is a fairly good introduction to the story. And oh yes, screw the MPAA, this is an international trailer, and it's got plenty of stuff that would never make it into the American trailer, including lots of footage of Emma Booth's half-naked best-body-in-Hollywood! Check out the trailer and if it interests you, then send it to your friends, spread the joy!
Watch the Clubland (aka Introducing the Dwights) trailer here:
Clubland was directed by Cherie Nowlan and also stars the wonderful Brenda Blethyn and up-and-coming Australian actor Khan Chittenden. It'll start making its debut in limited theaters around this country on July 4th and will expand throughout July.
Read my Sundance review here - this is one independent movie you don't want to miss this year!
This looks great. I can't wait to see it.
Jeff W. on May 10, 2007
This one looks fantastic! I have always been a fan of the Brits and the Kiwis... Can't wait until this one finally makes it around to the Midwest... You know, sometime in 2009...
Neil Miller on May 11, 2007
I saw it at Sundance too, and its a great movie that does exactly what a great movie is supposed to do...forces you to feel things and gets you to care about the characters.
Crystal on Jul 15, 2007
Neil - I think you mean Aussies not Kiwis. I'm really looking forward to seeing this film when it's released in the UK this month. Anything with Brenda Blethyn is bound to be good viewing and hopefully will rate an Oscar nomination.
Mary on Sep 17, 2007
loved it....smiling from ear to ear, Blethyn brilliant as usual, Booth damn good, should have been more for Holden in this, the music really let this down.! there should have been way more emphasis on the soundtrack, and that last song..bad studio dub.? Holden's country CD release should have been more there, he's a great musician why was this not exploited.? the music tried raising its head but then was shutdown.? a missed opportunity for sewing more emotion into the film.? i mean look at Scandal John Hurt Joanna Wally Kilmer, totally cool, Clublands dir might have thought it was more about the performance's rather than the music but i think that little extra could have put the film into that upper level had it been more prominent.......Bainbridge
peter bainbridge on Mar 15, 2008
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