Newest Theatrical Trailer for Gus Van Sant's Quaint Indie 'Restless'
"Maybe you should stop going to strangers' funerals." Sony Pictures Classics has debuted a new theatrical trailer for Gus Van Sant's Restless, the charming, quirky, quaint indie drama starring Mia Wasikowska and Henry Hopper. A few of you may remember seeing a trailer last year, as we posted one in October, but the film was pushed back to September this year, so after premiering at Cannes, it's now time for the marketing push. I actually really enjoyed this film (read my review) but it's definitely quaint and if you're not a fan of Gus Van Sant, don't expect to be into it. I also love this new poster for it. Just a solid indie flick.
Watch the latest theatrical trailer for Gus Van Sant's Restless via Yahoo:
You can also watch the new Restless trailer in High Definition on Yahoo
Tells the story of a 16-year-old terminally ill girl (Mia Wasikowska) who falls for a boy (Henry Hopper) who likes to attend funerals and their encounters with the ghost of a Japanese kamikaze pilot from WWII.
Restless is directed by Oscar nominated American filmmaker Gus Van Sant, of Drugstore Cowboy, My Own Private Idaho, Good Will Hunting, Finding Forrester, Elephant, Paranoid Park, Milk and many other films and music videos previously. The screenplay was written by first-time writer Jason Lew. After quite a few delays, Sony Pictures Classics is finally bringing Restless to theaters starting on September 16th this fall.
I'll check this with my good lady wife. I'd quite like to speak to a Kamikaze pilot ghost, apart from dressing incredibly well, I'd like to hear about his mindset before impact. Probably quick drunk I imagine.
Crapola on Jul 8, 2011
Tyler Danger on Jul 8, 2011
God, yes. I am this film's target audience, for sure.
fem!anon on Jul 8, 2011
Marcus on Jul 11, 2011
"Art" kids, and cause-head liberals are psyched.
Frank on Jul 11, 2011
He looked like Andy Warhol. Isn't that ghost shot to death in Letters from Iwo Jima?
Guest on Jul 12, 2011
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