The first teaser trailer of Jonathan Levine's "The Wackness" has debuted online. A minute-long footage of the praised Sundance dramedy starring Ben Kingsley, Famke Janssen and Mary-Kate Olsen among others is said to be posted on the web via MTV Overdrive.
The teaser began with the previewing of the company credits which shows the typed Sony Pictures Classic being replaced by a funky handwritten logo. The footage continues with a close shot of a tape put into the player and then the scene changes to the far shot of the twin towers explaining that the story is set in New York City in Summer 1994. The teaser gives out idea the focus of the film as it let out, "The girls were fly. The music was dope."
Having been premiered at the Sundance Film Festival back in January 2008, "Wackness" centers the story on Luke Shapiro, a young pot dealers who met a kind psychiatrist and forms an unlikely friendship with her which led them to explore the city that never sleeps as well as their own depressions. Before the film hit limited theaters on July 3, the teaser trailer can be seen below or on its trailer page on AceShowbiz.
"The Wackness" Teaser Trailer: