The first trailer for Third Person is finally here.
The movie premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013, and on Tuesday, the Japanese trailer made its online debut. Director Paul Haggis' latest effort does not yet have a U.S. release date.
In New York, Julia (Kunis) has been charged with attempting to kill her son. She denies doing so, but in the meantime, her son ends up living with his father, Rick (Franco), who is fighting for sole custody. In Paris, Michael (Neeson) leaves his wife (Maria Bello) for his mysterious lover, Anna (Wilde). And in Rome, tourist Sean (Brody) falls in love with an Italian woman, Monica (Atias). He eventually tries to rescue Monica's daughter from an Italian gangster who's been holding her at ransom. But is it a ruse?
"As with Crash and In the Valley of Elah, there were questions in my head I couldn't answer myself, about the nature of love. It got in my head and I wouldn't let it go," the famous filmmaker—and two-time Oscar winner—told The Hollywood Reporter in July 2013. "I think I wrote something like 50 drafts and got it wrong 49 times...At the end of the day, I'm pleased with my work. I think it's my best film."
Third Person will be screened during the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City later this month.