Being an ex-model and having been coming in and out of rehab for the past 10 years, Kym is coming home for the wedding of Rachel, her sister. But, to her family, having her is like inviting a storm into their perfect life. Handling her personal crisis and igniting the bitter feeling her family cursed upon her, Kym brings along the drama to the family event.
Starring Hathaway, Rosemarie DeWitt, Bill Irwin and Debra Winger, the indie flick comes from "The Silence of the Lambs" director, Jonathan Demme. Though it still doesn't have its official release date, it is lined for the 2008 Venice Film Festival's top prestigious prize, the Golden Lion.
"Rachel Getting Married" Trailer:
"Pride and Glory" Second Trailer
What if you are a cop and you find out that your in-law is involved in a corruption case? Will you close your eyes and let him does what he does? Or will you stop him no matter what it takes? These kinds of questions are brought to the surface by the second trailer of "Pride and Glory" that is focused on Ray Tierney's dilemma when he learns that his brother-in-law is a part of the corruption case scandal.
Directed and scripted by Gavin O'Connor, "Pride and Glory" is a New Line Cinema film that has been described to be an authentic, gritty and emotional portrait of the New York City Police Department. It resolves around a multi-generational police family. Upon investigating an incendiary case, a member of the family has been put to question his moral code when he discovers that some members of his family are involved in an incendiary case. This film is coming out on October 24.