Worth Watching - July 31: Richard Eyre's The Other Man Trailer
Now this is a very odd trailer. I'm not sure if they just didn't have the budget to mix the audio correctly of it's just supposed to be that way. I mean, it looks good visually, the editing is spot-on, but the audio is just weird. The Other Man stars Liam Neeson, Antonio Banderas, and Laura Linney, and is a "taut thriller" about adultery. I'm not sure if it's really that great of a film, but coming from Richard Eyre, who previously directed Notes on a Scandal, I expect it to at least be fairly enticing (I liked Scandal). That said, I'll let you experience this trailer for yourself, because there's not much more I can say to prepare you. Watch it below!
Watch the trailer for Richard Eyre's The Other Man:
You can also watch the trailer for The Other Man in High Definition on Apple
The story of a husband who suspects his wife of adultery, and then sets out to track down the other man.
The Other Man is both written and directed by BAFTA nominated British filmmaker Richard Eyre, of Iris, Stage Beauty, and Notes on a Scandal most recently. This is based on Bernhard Schlink's short story. The screenplay was adapted by both Eyre and Charles Wood. This first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year. Image Entertainment is bringing The Other Man to limited theaters starting on September 25th.
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
Woah, Banderas still makes movies? 😛 Looks... interesting. Reminds me of Unforgettable (2006?) or that other adultery movie thats from the 90s... I forget what its called. ya know, the one with the classic freight elevator leading to the one studio apartment room....
dave13 on Jul 31, 2009
Looks very good! And nothing wrong with audio. You over analyze too much. Looks like Liam will be kick some more ass!
K on Jul 31, 2009
I hope Liam Neeson goes all crazy and shoots everyone in the movie like he did in Taken
darren on Jul 31, 2009
Looks like Taken mixed with Unfaithful. Liam Neeson rocks in most everything though, so I'm willing to give it a shot.
CS on Jul 31, 2009
I like the self imposed typecasting Liam Neeson's going for these days. Family guy who freaks out and shows his real guns to whomever f*cked up his life. This is actually what I was hoping Joey Gordon Levitt would've done in 500 days of summer. I was just waiting for him to freak out, a' la Brick or Manic. Never happened, though. Big let down. Banderas & Linney are the perfect foils. I like where this is going, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with the audio.
Django on Jul 31, 2009
Audio was weird. Ick.
Quanah on Jul 31, 2009
the audio was weird. it pissed me off.
chaaad on Jul 31, 2009
DANG IT CS #4 ... my thoughts exactly.. and agree with you #5 Django... looks like these two could get into a very fun tussle
Dusty on Jul 31, 2009
wow Taken 2!
jaja on Jul 31, 2009
Is Liam Neeson gonna kill someone? I'm still waiting for that in the part B trailer
gabe the Accuser on Jul 31, 2009
Sounds like a trailer one mixes fast, to get an idea of what one wants in the final trailer. Alot of ambience not commonly heared in a trailer. Guessing the sound fx/composer were not available at the time the trailer was cut, the music was everywhere almost sounding like a 'radio-trailer'? Mistakes are made, this could be the 'wrong trailer' sent out, not the one intended? Or could it be they were aiming for that 'chaotic european style trailer' ? Try listening to the trailer, eyes shut. It does sound a bit odd 🙂
David Banner on Jul 31, 2009
Syphous on Aug 1, 2009
I will find you, and I will kill you.
Spajo on Aug 1, 2009
JT on Aug 2, 2009
Feels like a combo of taken and unfaithful and yes, the sound is weird - not obvious - but that's what makes it unsettling; you're trying to connect, but its awkward. meh.
Nick Sears on Aug 2, 2009
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