Watch: Kristen Wiig in US Trailer for Sebastián Silva's 'Nasty Baby'
"It's always going to be a little weird…" Get ready for the wack. The Orchard has debuted a new official US trailer for Sebastián Silva's Nasty Baby, which will be hitting limited theaters in the US next month for those interested. Starring Kristen Wiig along with Tunde Adebimpe and Sebastián Silva himself, this funky indie comedy is about a "close-knit" trio of friends who figure out how to navigate the choice of having a baby. This is a very peculiar trailer that gets a little wacky at the end, but I still dig it. A nice twist on the conventional trailer, and they know the exact audience they're going for. Get ready for the nasty. Have fun!
Here's the official US trailer (+ poster) for Sebastián Silva's Nasty Baby, in high def from Apple:
A close-knit trio navigates the idea of creating life, while at the same time being confronted with a brutal scenario that causes them to take a life. Nasty Baby is both written and directed by Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva, of quite a few films recently including Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus and Magic Magic, both with Michael Cera. Those two films, and this new one, first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Nasty Baby just premiered this January and will still be hitting theaters by the end of the year. Sebastián Silva's Nasty Baby will be released on October 23rd. For more follow @orchtweets. Interested?
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
There's no story here... just sickening cuckold and race-mixing propaganda.
Bob Based on Sep 20, 2015
Looks pretty cool. I hope the film lives up to this trailer. It could easily turn out to be a misfire, but at least an interesting one. Oh, and neat poster. It looks like a book cover.
Terry Craig on Sep 20, 2015
More degenerate crap being shoved down our throats by Hollywood. Looks like a total disaster.
Bob Shekelstein on Sep 21, 2015
Not sure if this can be considered "Hollywood"
TheOct8pus on Sep 21, 2015
Anyone who uses terms like "degenerate" and "shoved down our throats by Hollywood" to describe a no-budget minor release like this should seriously look into therapy.
bumboclot on Sep 21, 2015
Comedy? I liked Magic Magic a lot, but Crystal Fairy lost me. I think this will lean toward the latter for me.
cuckoozey on Sep 21, 2015
Wiig is definitely going for a particular non commercial anti 'hollywood' niche. I'm feeling her indie trajectory.... (bridesmaids and ghostbusters aside).
Duane on Sep 21, 2015
What confuse me, amidst one of many things, about people is their wish to have children. I do understand it, from one point of view, but mostly, I'm not sure that it is must have. I'm looking forward to see this movie so I could just for a bit resolve that dilemma ...
shiboleth on Sep 21, 2015
Not really sure how think about this film. Maybe a second trailer will make it a wee bit more palatable.
DAVIDPD on Sep 21, 2015
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