Trailer for 'I'm Going To Break Your Heart' Doc About Musicians in Love
"You get to express your feelings all the time…" Level Film in Canada has debuted an official trailer for an indie documentary titled I'm Going To Break Your Heart, a film about love and the tough relationship between two popular Canadian musicians. Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk have been together for years, and although they've made plenty of music on their own, they haven't worked much together. After nearly two decades and three children, the two have decided to examine their relationship and how they can patch things up. Filmed on France's isolated but very romantic Saint Pierre et Miquelon island in the dead of winter, the documentary immerses viewers in their musical relationship, even as it exposes long-standing wounds and unresolved heartache. Through this process they work to make their first real album together.
Official trailer for Annie Bradley & Jim Morrison's doc I'm Going To Break Your Heart, on YouTube:
Their romance made headlines as Canada's beautiful young rock royalty, but now nearly two decades and three children later, Raine Maida (Our Lady Peace) and Chantal Kreviazuk struggle - like most people - with their relationship. I'm Going to Break Your Heart captures the raw and wrenching journey these renowned singer-songwriters took to find their way back to each other. Filmed on France's isolated but romantic Saint Pierre et Miquelon island in the dead of winter, the documentary immerses viewers in their musical relationship, even as it exposes long-standing wounds and unresolved heartache. Ultimately, I'm Going to Break Your Heart is the story of rediscovering love through creativity, in which music plays the lead role. I'm Going To Break Your Heart is directed by filmmakers Annie Bradley ("Dino Dana", "Cold Valley") & Jim Morrison (Ghosts with Shit Jobs). Level Film will premiere the documentary in Canadian theaters starting on May 23rd later this month, coinciding with the release of their first album. Thoughts?
Soulful introspective or subtle album plug? I really question the motive behind this and makes me suspect of the whole validity of even calling it a "documentary".
THE_RAW_ on May 2, 2019
Agreed it seems like they want to ride the "Once" Train
nynex on May 7, 2019
Exactly my thought. At least that was semi-fictional. I'm tired of "reality tv/docs". Hard to tell what's genuine and what's "scripted reality".
THE_RAW_ on May 8, 2019
I mean, it's an legitimate story, but I'm not sure if I buy that 'documentary' thing since it is also a work of imagination and some fiction too ...
shiboleth on May 2, 2019
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