By Matt O'Bryant
Director Gus Van Sant's latest Sea of Trees starring Matthew McConaughey and Ken Watanabe, premiered last year at Cannes Film Festival, to dismal critical reception to say the least, with rumors of the film even being booed by critics during and after the film's screening. Now originally, I was very interested in checking this film out, for the simple fact that acclaimed auteur director Gus Van Sant was teaming up with McConaughey just seemed like an awesome idea. But, perhaps it wasn't mean to be since the film still has yet to receive any official US release date and/or an official US trailer. If the reports about the Booing from critics at last years Cannes Film Festicial are true? I have a bigger question to ask? How bad does a film have to be, if some of the most prestigious and well respected film critics and industry insiders in the world, Boo your film after a screening? Check out the trailer below and sound off in the comments with your thoughts, thanks.
Check out the Japanese trailer below:
Here's the official synopsis via Cannes:
Sea of Trees does not have an official US release date.
SOURCE: 編集部 eigafan