Watch: John Hawkes in Trailer for 35mm-Exclusive Release 'Too Late'

February 24, 2016
Source: YouTube

Too Late Trailer

A movie about a missing woman… and a lost man. This looks quite good. Vanishing Angle has debuted an official trailer for Dennis Hauck's indie drama Too Late, starring John Hawkes as a private investigator searching for a missing woman. This crime noir follows him around various seedy parts of Los Angeles, encountering many interesting people. The full cast includes Crystal Reed, Dash Mihok, Rider Strong, Vail Bloom, Jeff Fahey, Robert Forster, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Dichen Lachman, Sally Jaye, Natalie Zea, and Joanna Cassidy. The film will be released exclusively on 35mm in theaters across North America in Spring 2016, according to the website. If you're curious, definitely check out the trailer below.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Dennis Hauck's Too Late, found via The Film Stage:

Too Late Poster

Private investigator Mel Sampson (Academy Award nominee John Hawkes) is tasked with tracking down the whereabouts of a missing woman from his own past. With this familiar setup, Too Late takes the spine of the classic private eye genre and tears it to pieces, weaving it back together into a tapestry of southern California and the menagerie of eccentric personalities and lost souls who inhabit it. From the desolate, overgrown Radio Hill to the ritzy penthouse of The Beverly Hilton, the film presents a sprawling view of Los Angeles that ranges from the undiscovered to the iconic. Ultimately, Too Late tells the story of a missing woman, but paints the portrait of a lost man. Too Late is both written and directed by American filmmaker Dennis Hauck, of the films Sunday Punch and Al's Beef previously. The film first premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Vanishing Angle will release Too Late in 35mm in theaters this March 2016.

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This looks like an awesome modern noir flick! Glad John Hawkes is getting some more lead roles too.

RAW_D on Feb 24, 2016


I was just thinking that. Do we have a modern attempt of noir cinema here? It looks promising ...

shiboleth on Feb 24, 2016


YES! Finally, Hawkes is in the lead!!! It's about damn time.

DAVIDPD on Feb 24, 2016


looks good based on the description alone

Joker's hideout on Feb 25, 2016

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