First Trailer For Take This Waltz, Starring Michelle Williams And Seth Rogen
In 2011 Seth Rogen's career took a major step forward. While the actor came up doing raunchy, R-rated comedies, he switched things up with Jonathan Levine's 50/50, which he not only co-starred in but also produced. It was a change of pace for Rogen, not only in that it was a supporting role, but in that it was much more dramatic and heartfelt than his previous work. It likely won't change him as an actor completely and there's a very good chance that he will keep making R-rated comedies for the rest of his career, but it does open previously locked doors for him. Take, for example, Sarah Polley's Take This Waltz, an indie that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and, like 50/50, balances both the light and the dark. Now you can take a look at the movie for yourself.
The first trailer has popped up on YouTube and now you can check it out below.
The sophomore effort from Polley, who broke out in 2006 with the Oscar nominated Away From Her, Take This Waltz centers on Margot (Michelle Williams), a conflicted young woman. While she's been married to Lou (Rogen) for five years and they have a happy relationship, she goes on a business trip and meets Daniel (Luke Kirby), an artist who, coincidentally, lives right across the street from her and Lou. The story chronicles Margot's struggle to balance and figure out how to live life being in love with two different men. The film will be in theaters in limited release come June 29th and you can see more from the film in our Blend Film Database.
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