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Surveillance trailer back online

Surveillance.jpgThere's a new trailer online for Surveillance, the film from Jennifer Lynch, is online, and it's not a patch on the first one we saw back in April of last year. Unfortunately that one was removed for copyright reasons.

Now though you can see one that has a little more story and sense to it, but it's showing a little less style and class to it, and more of that raw Lynch-ness.

The film stars Julia Ormond, Bill Pullman, French Stewart from 3rd Rock From the Sun, and Micheal Ironside, and Surveillance tells the story of a group of witnesses to a bloody crime who are being interviewed by two FBI agents to try and find out who committed these latest murders in an ongoing serial killer case.

The agents find that the three survivors have wildly different stories and they have to try and bring their stories together to find the real truth.

Sounds interesting, and from Jennifer Lynch you can be sure it's going to be different, but I can't help but look at this trailer and think it looks unfinished and very rough. Here's the trailer which I found out was back online through /Film.



So Rich, I'm guessing - and sorry if I didn't already know this - but by your comment "Lynch-ness" is she the daughter of David Lynch?

She absolutely is, sorry I forgot to re-mention her name in the main text and link it through to IM-advertking-DB!

Yeah, there's a certain feel to the trailer don't you think?


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