Watch: New Trailer for Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's Biutiful
Although this quite beautiful, yet honestly very depressing film, sadly still does not have a US distributor, it is going to be hitting theaters in Europe soon, so we'll be seeing a bit more of it soon. And considering it was my favorite film of Cannes, I'll definitely be writing about it quite a bit. Empire recently debuted the official UK trailer for Alejandro González Iñárritu's Biutiful, starring Javier Bardem as a father / underground businessman in Barcelona. It's hard to get into the plot without going fully in-depth into it, but it really is a fantastic film, definitely worth seeing when/if it ever does come to US theaters. Watch the new trailer below.
Watch the official UK trailer for Alejandro González Iñárritu's Biutiful:
This is the story of Uxbal (Javier Bardem). Devoted father. Tormented lover. Mystified son. Underground businessman. Friend of the disposed. Ghost seeker. Spiritual sensitive. A survivor at the invisible margins in today's Barcelona… Uxbal's story is simple: just one of the complex realities that we all live in today.
Biutiful is directed by famed Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu, of Amores Perros, 21 Grams and Babel previously. This is his fourth feature and first without screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga. The script was co-written by Iñárritu and first-time writers Armando Bo & Nicolás Giacobone. This just premiered at the Cannes Film Festival a few months ago, where Bardem won the Best Actor award. Stay tuned for more.
Reader Feedback - 12 Comments
NotAllThoseWhoWanderAreLost! on Jul 16, 2010
Although this quite beautiful, yet honestly very depressing film …” The upcoming Biutiful and Buried; not exactly date movies unless your date is a psychiatrist. Beautiful movies they may be, just be sure to get rid of any razor blades or pills before seeing them..
Hattori Hanzo on Jul 16, 2010
i'm in was there a guy on the ceiling???
chilin on Jul 16, 2010
Can't wait. I've enjoyed all of his movies, even the weakest one Babel.
Johnny Neat on Jul 16, 2010
The film looks dream like and impressive.
lamar on Jul 16, 2010
I think babel was his strongest film, but I could be in the minority there. I can't believe this doesn't have a US distributor as it looks like it could have been marketed pretty well over here at least as a limited release.
peloquin on Jul 16, 2010
this looks pretty good.......it'd help if i had a small clue as to WHAT THE HELL WAS GOING ON........................but i'm interested.
beavis on Jul 16, 2010
Iniarritu likes to remind us that we live in hell.
Vic on Jul 17, 2010
The narrative sounded like what you would find on a animal planet doc. it didn't do this too much justice. It comes off as being very involved and very deep so I hope a viewing of this holds true to that.
Eli on Jul 18, 2010
Eric on Jul 21, 2010
I just wanted to point out that, through the miracle of the Internet, people all over the world can read and watch your site. Thus, it isn't quite so important to be USA-centric all the time!
Mark on Aug 2, 2010
According to IMDb it's gotten or is very close to getting a US distributor: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1164999/board/thread/168852153
HighVoltageBlonde on Aug 19, 2010
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