Rooney Mara & Cate Blanchett in Full Trailer for Todd Haynes' 'Carol'

September 9, 2015
Source: TWC

Carol Trailer

"How many times have you been in love?" The Weinstein Company has debuted a new full-length trailer for Todd Haynes' Carol, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and just played at the Telluride Film Festival this past weekend. I've been hearing rave reviews about this ever since Cannes, and it still seems to be getting strong buzz. Rooney Mara and Cate Blanchett star in this film set in the 1950s in New York. The cast includes Sarah Paulson, Kyle Chandler, Cory Michael Smith, John Magaro and Carrie Brownstein. This is a strikingly beautiful trailer that totally sells me on this. I can't wait to finally see it.

Here's the new full-length trailer for Todd Haynes' Carol, direct from TWC's YouTube:

And here's a different international trailer for Todd Haynes' Carol, from StudioCanal UK:

Carol Poster

Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara & set against the glamorous backdrop of 1950s New York, Carol is an achingly beautiful depiction of love against the odds. From the author of The Talented Mr. Ripley and acclaimed director Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven, I’m Not There, Mildred Pierce) comes a powerful drama about a married woman who risks everything when she embarks on a romance with a younger department store worker. Carol is directed by American filmmaker Todd Haynes, of I'm Not There most recently. The script is by Phyllis Nagy, based on Patricia Highsmith's novel. First premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival. The Weinstein Company will release Carol in theaters on November 20th this fall.

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DarthVader on Sep 9, 2015


I think it would be interesting to see this film from the man's perspective too. We vault brave women for being true to themselves in these situations, but I cannot imagine the feelings their spouses go through during times like this. Is this "justifiable adultery"??

DAVIDPD on Sep 9, 2015


Wait and see the film before you pass judgment on it.

Charles Knowlton on Sep 9, 2015


I am not passing judgement on the film, just the idea it is based on.

DAVIDPD on Sep 9, 2015


well, adultery is anyway way of civil society. it won't go away, it is progressing, with every new generation. regardless sexual preference. like it or not ...

shiboleth on Sep 10, 2015



DarthVader on Sep 9, 2015



Venom on Sep 10, 2015


It shines. The trailer, definitely. I don't feel ashamed to watch this movie through man's heterosexual lenses, no sir. In fact, it's a way of honoring women.

shiboleth on Sep 10, 2015

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