Watch: Official Trailer for Vera Farmiga's Indie Flick 'Higher Ground'
"You cannot let sexual chemistry burn out!" Sony Pictures Classics has debuted the official trailer for Higher Ground, the religions indie directed by actress Vera Farmiga, who also stars in it. The film has been called "a rich, sprawling, uplifting, disquieting, at once demystifying and mysterious drama about the life and love and heartbreak and faith of one woman in America who's an evangelical Christian" and received mostly positive reviews at Sundance this year. It doesn't look as funny or engaging as I thought it would, but I might still check this out. The cast includes Joshua Leonard, John Hawkes and Donna Murphy.
Watch the official trailer for Vera Farmiga's Higher Ground, originally via Apple:
You can watch the official Higher Ground trailer in High Definition on Apple
A coming-of-age drama set against the backdrop of the sixties and the landscape of a tight-knit spiritual community about one woman's (Farmiga) internal struggle with the primary love relationships in her life.
Higher Ground was directed by Oscar nominated actress Vera Farmiga, making her directorial debut. The screenplay was co-written by Carolyn Briggs & Tim Metcalfe (The Haunting in Connecticut), based on the upcoming book by Carolyn Briggs. This first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Sony Pictures Classics is distributing and has schedule Higher Ground for limited release starting August 26th.
vera farmiga is better than this.
Anonymous on Jul 12, 2011
Vera Farmiga is one beautiful woman, would really like to see this, it actually seems at least from the trailer to promote a positive side of Christianity, for a few people I know it has been incredibly helpful, for some it hasn't so much. Steven Doyle a guy I used to know thought I was the devil and fought a holy war against me. His war against the devil(me) consisted of spraypainting pentagrams in his parents living room before setting fire to their house resulting in him getting sectioned under the mental health act for for the 3rd time.Religion isn't for everyone, he eh. I was wondering why Vera Farmiga looks so amazing but it's her eyes, they properly suck you in. Anyways, I'll stop dribbling now.
Crapola on Jul 12, 2011
Finally a film that might not portray Christians as crazy people.
Lamar on Jul 12, 2011
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