Worth Watching - Sept 3: Ang Lee's Lust, Caution Trailer

September 3, 2007

Lust, Caution Trailer

In preparation for the upcoming Toronto Film Festival where Ang Lee's Lust, Caution will premiere, we're presenting the trailer that first came out a couple of months ago. Lust, Caution was in the news again recently as it received an NC-17 rating from the MPAA and was kept instead of being re-edited to get an R rating. The film is a WWII-set romantic thriller of sorts and the early buzz is that this is in-line to win a full load of awards, if not the Oscar. This is one film real film buffs are looking forward to this fall, so watch the trailer if you haven't already.

Watch the trailer for Ang Lee's Lust, Caution:

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Lust, Caution was directed by Oscar winning director Ang Lee (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Hulk, Brokeback Mountain). The film is set to open in limited theaters starting this month on September 28th. It will also play at the Toronto Film Festival (where I'll most likely see it).

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Reader Feedback - 5 Comments


Looks really interesting, can't wait to see it.

Andreas on Sep 3, 2007


I'm a big fan of Ang Lee and Tony Leung but I doubt that I'll see this in theaters.

Ethan on Sep 3, 2007


I just can't see an NC-17 as an oscar winner or nominee.

Ryan on Sep 3, 2007


This one should be good. The art direction, costume and set design looks tremendous.

PG on Sep 3, 2007


My car was used as the cover sound for the 1942 Plymouth in this movie. I was able to see quite a few scenes during the sound recording and everything I saw looked amazing. I'm really hoping this will come out in a theatre near me SOON!

David Maxwell on Oct 3, 2007

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