Indie Trailer Sunday: Romain Gavras' 'Our Day Will Come' US Trailer

October 13, 2013
Source: YouTube

Our Day Will Come Trailer

Today's must see indie trailer is for a film that has been playing at film festivals since 2010 a few years back. It's the feature directing debut of music video director Romain Gavras, a film called Our Day Will Come, and we first featured a trailer way back in 2011. Oscilliscope Labs is finally getting around to releasing the film officially in the US this fall, and they've put out a mesmerizing new trailer for this film described as "a stylish, mind-twisting trip." Vincent Cassel and Olivier Barthélémy star as two red-heads who travel to Ireland and end up in some crazy shit. This trailer has a very eerie but mesmerizing vibe to it, check this out.

Watch the official US release trailer for Romain Gavras' Our Day Will Come, direct from YouTube:

Synopsis for Our Day Will Come: In this hallucinatory thriller, two outcast redheads -- a psychologist (Vincent Cassel) and a bullied teen (Olivier Barthélémy) - embark on a journey to Ireland. But what starts as a search for a more tolerant community soon descends into a rampage of violence and destruction for the ginger-haired duo. The debut feature of filmmaker Romain Gavras, son of Costa-Gavras and director of Kanye West & Jay-Z's "No Church in the Wild" and the controversial M.I.A. music video "Born Free". The film premiered at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival and has played around the world. Oscilloscope Labs will finally release Our Day Will Come in the US on digital platforms starting October 22nd this fall. Anyone?

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Romain Gavras... now that man has a great eye for riveting shots.

Ray Hartley on Oct 13, 2013



YoMomma on Oct 13, 2013


Again with this mothef*cker only USA shit?? Come on Alex...

MDMINVERNAL on Oct 14, 2013


US Trailer indeed. I can't watch it.

Nielsen700 on Oct 14, 2013


I've watched about two thirds of this so far and I have a feeling the climax will be sensational. The beginning of the movie is fairly tame and paced well, but the tension builds pretty well.

Fatal Error on Oct 15, 2013


You're in for a letdown; movie was pretty top-heavy.

ds NYC on Oct 16, 2013

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