'Mr. Morgan's Last Love' Trailer with Michael Caine & Clémence Poésy
"Sometimes you meet someone who requires all the love you have to give." Aw this looks like such a sweet charmer. Image Entertainment has debuted a trailer for a film titled Mr. Morgan's Last Love, adapted from a French book about an American widower played by Michael Caine living in Paris who meets a beautiful French woman, played by Clémence Poésy, who "brightens his life." You could almost think of this as the lost years of Alfred while he was waiting in Paris for Bruce to show up at the end of TDKR, but ah what am I saying. It's just a heartwarming film about an elderly man who needed happiness in his life again.
Here's the first trailer for Sandra Nettelbeck's Mr. Morgan's Last Love, found on YouTube:
Set in Paris, Mr. Morgan's Last Love tells the story of a retired, lonely American widower (Caine) whose chance encounter with a free-spirited and vibrantly naive, beautiful young French woman (Poésy) brightens his life. Together they share a precious moment, which not only touches their hearts, but changes their lives. The cast includes Justin Kirk, Gillian Anderson and Jane Alexander. Mr. Morgan's Last Love is both written & directed by German filmmaker Sandra Nettelbeck (Helen, Mostly Martha) based on Francoise Dorner's French novel La Douceur Assassine. The film premiered at the Munich Film Festival and will be released by Image Entertainment later this fall. We'll let you know when they set the US release date.
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
truong18 on Jul 29, 2013
"She was only 16."
DAVIDPD on Jul 29, 2013
Alfred was waiting in Italy...just in case anyone cares
weezy1 on Jul 30, 2013
So so trailer for what looks like a wonderful film.
KVD on Jul 30, 2013
Dreadful accent Monsieur Cane.
DrDuvel on Aug 1, 2013
Looks like a good movie, finally, is coming our way.
msdeb07 on Aug 1, 2013
Why are they having the most British actor in history of actors play an American?! This boggles minds. Even if the rest of it looks promising.
Manon @ CMR on Aug 6, 2013
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