New Last Night trailer arrives
What a great trailer. Keira Knightley and Sam Worthington are happily married, well one might think so from the opening scene, but then along come two people from their past who they bump into one night while they're separated by distance. She meets her old lover played by Guillaume Canet and he is on a business trip with the new designer in his company played by Eva Mendes, and temptation and opportunity falls both their ways.
It looks to be extremely thoughtful and challenging judging from this trailer, and one that might deliver a few surprises too. This is definitely a far better edit than the first one we saw.
Here's the blurb for the strongly cast Last Night written and directed by Massy Tadjedin:
Set in New York City, Last Night is the story of a married couple that while apart for one night, is confronted by temptation that may decide the fate of their marriage. Joanna (Academy Award nominee Keira Knightley) and Michael Reed (Sam Worthington) are 7 years into a successful and happy relationship. They are moving along in their lives together until Joanna meets Laura (Eva Mendes), the stunningly beautiful work colleague whom Michael never mentioned. While Michael is away with Laura on a business trip, Joanna runs into an old but never quite forgotten love, Alex (Guillaume Canet) and agrees to have drinks with him. As the night progresses and temptation increases for the couple, each must confront who they are inside and outside of their relationship. Last Night is ultimately a film about choices - the choice you make to be with someone, to give yourself physically and emotionally, and how to survive all three.
I'm loving the set-up and this is a chance for Sam Worthington to step out from the action star role and really deliver a strong performance, you just have to look at the talent he's lined up with to see the excellent chance he has.
Plus, it looks a corker of a film. See for yourself with the trailer over at Apple Trailers in Quicktime high definition, and the trailer below:
Looks great doesn't it? The choices that the characters are faced with look like some very real ones, ones that a grown up audience can connect with. Thankfully we're still getting grown up films made for intelligent people and with good actors, they just seem so few and far between.