As the independent drama film "Tennessee" is about to be making its premiere, two brand new clips exposing the film starring pop diva Mariah Carey get out on the interwebs. The two video footage came from two different sources, the first one has been outed by New York Magazine while the other was brought by MariahDaily.com.
Through the one and a half minutes long first clip, Carey's fans and future audience can see the singer's character, Krystal, sitting on top of her car's hood struggling with the lyrics and melody of "Right to Dream" before Ethan Peck's character, Ellis, approaches her and the two start a conversation. Further, like the first clip, the second one still focuses on the two main characters as it shows Ellis talking to a friend using a pay phone and praising Krystal, who later takes turn to also have a conversation with the friend.
Produced by "Monster's Ball" producer Lee Daniels, "Tennessee" is going to be premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival on April 26 at 6:00 P.M. The film follows the story of two brothers embarking on a journey across the U.S. in search of their father to save Ellis who suffers from leukemia. Along the way, they meet an aspiring singer who joins them on the trip. The film showcases the musical collaboration of Carey with country legend Willie Nelson. The clips can be seen below or on its trailer page at AceShowbiz.