First Trailer for Rock Star Drama 'Len and Company' with Rhys Ifans
"Real rock & roll music is heat and motion and intensity, it's channeling the beast from within." IFC Films has debuted a trailer for the indie drama Len and Company, starring Rhys Ifans as a rock star turned in-demand pop producer who has a meltdown and retreats to upstate New York. His peace is interrupted by the appearance of his estranged son, played by Jack Kilmer, and up-and-coming pop star Zoe, played by Juno Temple, who try to shake "the prickly Len out of his stupor". The full cast includes Keir Gilchrist, Kathryn Hahn, Elias Toufexis, and Tyler Hynes. This looks solid, with a great performance from Ifans.
Here's the first official trailer for Tim Godsall's Len and Company, direct from YouTube:
A successful music producer (Rhys Ifans) quits the industry and exiles himself in upstate New York, but the solitude he seeks is shattered when his estranged son and the pop star he's created come looking for answers. Len and Company is directed by Canadian filmmaker Tim Godsall, making his feature directing debut after a short film and commercials work previously. The screenplay is written by Tim Godsall and Katharine Knight. This premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival last year, and played at the Toronto Film Festival. IFC Films will release Len and Company in select theaters starting June 10th this year. Anyone?
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Thanks, Alex. Iran's great! He can make me laugh just by his very presence and expressions. Looks like an interesting, little film. I take it Jack Kilmer is Val Kilmer's son?
Bo on May 25, 2016
Irans as a rock star? Okay...glad he is acting in another state of mind for the film...
DAVIDPD on May 25, 2016
Iran is a country.
Nielsen700 on May 26, 2016
Rhys Ifans is great, no idea who this Iran guy is that everyone is mentioning in the comments
alex on May 26, 2016
That looks interesting. Some story of life and relationships you need to keep to be human, to have a future, emotionally and mentally ...
shiboleth on May 26, 2016
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