Indie Trailer Sunday: Gaby Dellal's 'Angels Crest' with Thomas Dekker
Today's indie trailer may not be the happiest, but at least it looks okay. Apple recently debuted a trailer for Angels Crest, the indie drama that recently hit the Tribeca Film Fest and landed a distributor for a winter release. It's directed by Gaby Dellal, based on Leslie Schwartz' novel, about a father who carelessly leaves his young son alone while he was out in the mountains. It's another small town, snowy tragedy kind of story, reminiscent of Snow Angels, starring Thomas Dekker as the father and Lynn Collins as the mother. The cast includes Jeremy Piven as the DA after Dekker, as well as Mira Sorvino, Kate Walsh and Joseph Morgan.
Watch the official trailer for Gaby Dellal's Angels Crest, in HD via Apple:
You can also download the Angels Crest trailer in High Def on Apple
A small town is divided after a young boy freezes to death, and the local prosecutor goes after the father.
Angels Crest is directed by British filmmaker Gaby Dellal, of a few shorts and the films Tube Tales and On a Clear Day previously. The screenplay was written by Catherine Trieschmann (The Nine Year Mark), based on the 2004 novel of the same name by Leslie Schwartz. The film just premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this month, and was acquired by Magnolia Pictures. They're releasing in theaters starting December 30th, plus a month earlier on VOD starting November 25th. Fore more updates, visit the film's Facebook page.
i liked "on a clear day". this may be worth a one-time watch as a rental......i like jeremy piven in anything and mira sorvino is always easy on the eyes. and alex - the "hello world" is gone and everything is fine.
Anonymous on Oct 16, 2011
That's more than careless. It does actually look like it'll be good. It happens a fair bit, there was recently a courtcase in England where woman went out and got super drunk leaving her two children in an unlocked car outside down the road from the bar. I googled it but had to scroll through quite a few pages of similar incidents before I found it. If I had done this and it was my child, I doubt I'd ever be able to live with the guilt. I'm hoping they find the child, either alive or dead, because the thought of what would happen to them if someone had removed them from the car is much worse. Fun times.
Crapola on Oct 16, 2011
even though the trailer doesn't outright say it Alex ruins it in the tagline underneath the video, the boy froze to death. I know watching this movie would fill me with so many feelings of sadness, guilt and rage.
Thomas Stalcup Jr on Oct 17, 2011
Oh Tommy, I miss the good ole days my friend... DH-dubbs
Devs on Oct 16, 2011
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