Aaron Paul & Pierce Brosnan in the UK Trailer for 'A Long Way Down'
"I'm pretty sure we're all gonna live to regret this." With a debut planned at the Berlin Film Festival before hitting theaters in the United Kingdom shortly thereafter, the first international trailer for A Long Way Down, based on Nick Hornby's book of the same name, has arrived. Pierce Brosnan, Aaron Paul, Toni Collette and Imogen Poots star in the film as four strangers who all meet on a roof on New Year's Eve when they each had planned to kill themselves by leaping off the building. But the four end up bonding, and just might save each others' lives. This looks a little cheesy, but maybe the cast can make it work. Watch it!
A Long Way Down is directed by Pascal Chaumeil (Heartbreaker) and scripted by Jack Thorne ("This is England" and "The Fades"). Adapted from Nick Hornby's novel of the same name, the story begins with this chance encounter where four strangers - a disgraced chat show host, a single mother, a failed musician and a troubled teenager respectively - foil each other's attempts to commit suicide in solitude. After making a pact to postpone their suicides until Valentine's Day, they begin to form a surrogate family. Rosamund Pike and Sam Neill also star in the film hitting the UK on March 21st but doesn't have US distribution just yet.
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
Why does Aaron Paul's character look just like Jesse Pinkman? The dude is getting typecast in every role he's played so far
TheOct8pus on Jan 27, 2014
Its going to take a lot of work for Aaron the break away from the Jesse character, that is why people are hiring him right now. He has no job and is a hot commodity. Cranston had been doing movies the entire time he was on breaking bad, and playing multiple characters. Aaron just need to do more, and break out of his Jesse Pinkman Shell
Sky on Jan 27, 2014
This has definitely caught my interest and will be on my back-burning radar to keep an eye out for.
Thexn on Jan 27, 2014
So Toni is going to die at the end?
Nash on Jan 28, 2014
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