Aaron Paul & Samantha Morton in 'Decoding Annie Parker' First Trailer

April 10, 2014
Source: Yahoo

Decoding Annie Parker

Following the end of "Breaking Bad," actor Aaron Paul isn't faring too well on the big screen since Need for Speed was an absolute mess of nonsense and poor action. But maybe a lower profile drama will show his talents better in Decoding Annie Parker. The film follows two women, Samantha Morton and Helen Hunt, whose lives intersect as one deals with loss and heartbreak and the other has a breakthrough in the area of treating breast cancer. Morton adds some darker humor into the mix, and this look pretty charming and even amusing despite the depressing true story material. And there's Aaron Paul looking like a real 70s hippie (along with some great wardrobe for the whole cast) Might be worth checking out. Watch below!

Here's the first trailer for Steven Bernstein's Decoding Annie Parker, originally from Yahoo:

Decoding Annie Parker marks the feature directorial debut of Steven Bernstein from a script he wrote with Adam Bernstein and Michael Moss. The film follows two women whose force of spirit defies the odds. Armed with a wicked sense of humor, Parker (Samantha Morton) faces down family loss, a cheating husband and her own mortality. At the same time, Dr. King (Helen Hunt) upends scientific doctrine when she discovers the BRCA1 gene mutation, which revolutionizes understanding and treatment of certain types of breast cancer. Bradley Whitford, Rashida Jones, Alive Eve, Richard Schiff, Maggie Grace, Marley Shelton, Chris Mulkey and Corey Stoll also star in the film Entertainment One releases in limited theaters May 2nd.

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This looks so freaking lame.

Nielsen700 on Apr 10, 2014


Actually, it's a great film. An honest, heartfelt and often very funny portrayal of the cancer experience.

carrotsr on Apr 10, 2014


Always fun to see a guy like his own comment. Which makes me a little suspicious...maybe 'carrotsr' is someone involved in the movie, going around giving him/herself rave reviews. Come on Aaron Paul, you're better than this.

Wafffles on Apr 10, 2014


Hi Waffles. I'm a breast cancer survivor who saw this great film at a film festival with a group of other breast cancer survivors and pre-vivors.For all of us, it was like watching our own stories . It really is a wonderful, truthful, heartfelt and believe it or not at times very funny movie. Aaron Paul plays Annie's cheating husband. He's great in this. (My husband isn't a cheater by the way!). A very different role for him. I hope no one you know has had or has cancer.

carrotsr on Apr 10, 2014


Awesome and inspirational film with great performances by an all star cast.

carrotsr on Apr 10, 2014


Actors coming from extreme success always seem to struggle. The HARRY POTTER kids still haven't found their legs. I really hope Aaron Paul can find success, we all know him to be talented, maybe Scorsese will let him into the fold.

DAVIDPD on Apr 10, 2014


I think Aaron Paul will be given time, his cred is still high enough to drag breaking bad fans to the cinema, should help!

blargh on Apr 12, 2014


This actually looks like an important story, dunno what the negative moaning is about.

Carpola on Apr 13, 2014

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