First Trailer for Sci-Fi Drama 'Only' with Leslie Odom Jr & Freida Pinto

February 16, 2020
Source: YouTube

Only Trailer

"I'm not trying to control you, I'm trying to protect you." Vertical Entertainment has released an official trailer for an indie sci-fi drama titled Only, the second feature film from up-and-coming filmmaker Takashi Doscher (of Still previously). This originally premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, and arrives in theaters next month. After a comet releases a mysterious virus that begins to kill all the women in the world, a couple's relationship is severely tested. They hide out (from both the illness and the savages who hunt the remaining women) in their over-sterilized apartment, until they must venture out into the wilderness once again. Starring Leslie Odom Jr. & Freida Pinto, along with Chandler Riggs, Jayson Warner Smith, Joshua Mikel, Mark Ashworth, and Tia Hendricks. Not an original idea, but perhaps the film is good.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Takashi Doscher's Only, direct from Vertical's YouTube:

Only Movie

Only Poster

After a comet releases a deadly virus that attacks all the women in the world, Eva (Freida Pinto) and Will (Leslie Odom Jr.) are forced into hiding from both the illness and the savages who hunt the few surviving women. Trapped inside their over-sterilized apartment, the couple’s relationship and sense of sanity begins to crumble. When Eva’s desperation for a normal life becomes as dangerous as the world outside, the couple escapes their self-imposed quarantine to fight for their lives. Only is both written and directed by American filmmaker Takashi Doscher, his second feature film after making Still previously, as well as a number of shorts and other work. This first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last year. Vertical Ent. will debut Doscher's Only in select US theaters + on VOD starting March 6th next month. Want to watch?

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Yeah, it might be intriguing if it's done good...

shiboleth on Feb 16, 2020


I liked this trailer. Good idea with the possibilities of saying some revealing truths about men and their 'hunting' women for their own self centered, sexual, purposes. I'm with shiboleth's intriguing if it's done well.

thespiritbo on Feb 16, 2020


Looks like of one far too many end of the world movie cliches. Hollywood sure loves the pandemic genre. Sad that pandemic is a genre, but it is.

Charles Knowlton on Feb 17, 2020


Because they're all social-commentary more than anything else.

Mark Brackney on Feb 22, 2020


Looks almost original. I'll probably take it in.

Whichhalfofthewit on Feb 18, 2020


I was about to say, this looks like a gender-reversed version of "Y: The Last Man" (a phenomenal graphic novel series, one of my favorites, ever).

Mark Brackney on Feb 22, 2020

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