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Two Young Lovers Torn Apart in WWII Romance 'I'll Find You' Trailer

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February 1, 2022
Source: YouTube

I'll Find You Trailer

"I didn't come all this way just to sing." Gravitas Ventures has debuted the official trailer for I'll Find You, a WWII romantic thriller formerly known as Music, War and Love. This one originally premiered back in 2019 at numerous film festivals, and it's finally getting a VOD release this year. Inspired by true stories of Polish musicians from the 1930 & 1940s. Two young lovers, Robert (Leo Suter), a talented Catholic opera singer and Rachel (Adelaide Clemens), a Jewish violin virtuoso, dream of one day performing together at legendary Carnegie Hall. When they're torn apart by the 1939 Nazi invasion of Poland, Robert vows to find Rachel, no matter what, taking him all the way into Germany. Also starring Stellan Skarsgard, Stephen Dorff, Connie Nielsen, Ursula Parker, Sebastian Croft, and Toby Sebastian. This reminds me of so many other films set during WWII, including The Song of Names most recently also about a Polish violinist. This looks like a heartbreaking story, though the trailer seems to give away almost everything that happens.

Here's the official US trailer (+ poster) for Martha Coolidge's I'll Find You, direct from YouTube:

I'll Find You Poster

Inspired by stories of Polish musicians from the 30-40's, the film's an uncommon love story; romantic, but with the love of music which draws these two together. A young couple - Robert, a Catholic opera singer and Rachel, a Jewish violinist, dream of one day performing together at Carnegie Hall. When they're torn apart by the German invasion of Poland, Robert vows to find Rachel, no matter what. His search takes him on a journey into the heart of Nazi Germany, to a reckoning - that Rachel may be lost to him forever. I'll Find You, formerly known as Music, War and Love, is directed by the experienced American filmmaker Martha Coolidge, director of many films including Valley Girl, The City Girl, Joy of Sex, Real Genius, Rambling Rose, Lost in Yonkers, Angie, Three Wishes, Out to Sea, and Material Girls previously. The screenplay is by David S. Ward and Bozenna Intrator. Based on a story by Zbigniew John Raczynski, Edward Lee, Marcin Ziebinski, and Ariadna Lewanska. This initially premiered at the 2019 Taormina Film Festival. Gravitas will debut I'll Find You in select US theaters + on VOD starting February 25th, 2022. Anyone?

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