'Synecdoche, New York' Trailer Premieres


'Synecdoche, New York' Trailer Premieres


With his body's autonomic functions shutting down one by one, Caden Cotard attempts to recreate his life as a theatrical play inside of an enormous abandoned warehouse.

The first trailer to Charlie Kaufman's directorial debut "Synecdoche, New York" has been uncovered via Yahoo. Providing introduction to the characters, the footage focuses on Philip Seymour Hoffman's character Caden Cotard and the problems he is dealing with.

The drama film from Sony Pictures Classics follows Cotard, a theater director in Schenectady, New York, whose life seems to be dreary. Struggling with the women in his life and his mysterious condition which shuts down each of his autonomic functions, he buries himself in a new project, striving to create a theatrical masterpiece inside an enormous abandoned warehouse.

Featuring also the likes of Samantha Morton, Michelle Williams, Catherine Keener, Emily Watson, Hope Davis, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Dianne Wiest, "Synecdoche" has been screened at the 61st Annual Cannes Film Festival as one of the In Competition movies. Directed, penned and produced by Kaufman, the screenwriter of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", it gets its limited release on October 24.

"Synecdoche, New York" Trailer:



© AceShowbiz.com


MORE FROM NEWS

Leave a Comment

Required fields are marked with *

   

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Sasheer Zamata Quits 'SNL' After Four Seasons
  2. 'Titanic' Director Is Sued by the 'Real' Jack Dawson
  3. Johnny Depp and Javier Bardem Officially Join Tom Cruise in Universal's Monster Film 'Dark Universe'
  4. Report: Katy Perry Is Dating Takeoff of Migos
  5. Camila Cabello Teams Up With Ed Sheeran, Pharrell and Charli XCX on Upcoming Album
  6. 'The Voice' Live Finale Part 1: Four Finalists Sing for the Win
  7. 'The Voice' Live Finale Part 2: And the Winner of Season 12 Is....
  8. This Waitress Found Naked in Orlando Bloom's Hotel Room After a 'Night of Incredible Sex'
  9. Billboard Music Awards 2017: Nicki Minaj Slays Epic Medley, Camila Cabello Makes Live Solo Debut
  10. Diddy Unveils 'Can't Stop, Won't Stop' Trailer at Billboard Music Awards

CELEBS PHOTO