First Trailer for Indie Film The Tracey Fragments with Ellen Page
I'm a big supporter of those little indie flicks we find and love, and this one could have a chance of becoming one of those. I was introduced to it by my friend Peter at SlashFilm, and have since been convinced to try and catch a screening of it when and if it ever comes to a film festival near me. It's called The Tracey Fragments and is from Canadian director Bruce McDonald with Ellen Page starring as 15-year-old Tracey Berkowitz. I'd love to explain the story a bit to try and convince you to check it out and possibly get interested, too, but it's so weird, I really just don't know what to say or how to explain it. The trailer may be the oddest thing you'll see all summer, and that's where I'll leave it.
I'm a big fan of Ellen Page as well, who always takes on some of the most interesting roles you'll ever see and is always still purely dedicated to her acting. Without further ado, check out the trailer for The Tracey Fragments:
There's nothing more to say than keep your eye out for this one, especially if it swings by your local film festival. And of course we'll keep you updated on everything we hear in regards to its theatrical release. And here's the poster, too, in case you're interested:
Am I the only person that didn't get sound when I tried to play this trailer?
Conrad on Feb 9, 2008
Yeah, no sound. I just googled it instead.
Trish on Mar 2, 2008
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