I've been covering AFI Fest for the better part of the last week and have been given the opportunity to see some truly fantastic titles, from Nigel Cole's Made In Dagenham on Monday to David O. Russell's The Fighter two nights ago. Easily fitting in those top ranks is John Cameron Mitchell’s Rabbit Hole. Chronicling the story of two parents how have lost their young son in a car accident, what really struck me about the film was how daring it was in its tone. As I mentioned in my review, though the movie is most certainly heartbreaking and touching, it isn't afraid to ease tension with humor and that's something you can certainly see in the new clip released for the film.

Lionsgate has sent over the new look at the film which features a conversation between actresses Nicole Kidman and Dianne Wiest, who play mother and daughter in the movie. In the film, the two women talk about loss and coping, but do it in a way that will make you smile. It's a perfect example of how the film lets the audience relax and isn't even the funniest scene in the movie. Rabbit Hole will get a limited release on December 17, but I wholly recommend you hunting it down.

Check out the clip below.

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