Lukas Moodysson's 'Mammoth' Welcomes Trailer


Lukas Moodysson's 'Mammoth' Welcomes Trailer
In Lukas Moodysson's drama, 'Mammoth', Gael Garcia Bernal plays a successful businessman whose trip to Thailand urges him to change his life.


"Mammoth" has just got its first trailer out. Previewing the relationship between Tom and his family before he goes on a business trip that changes his life, the trailer gives out the first look into the characters played by Gael Garcia Bernal and Michelle Williams. Aside from the relationship, it also displays the problems each of the main characters are dealing with.

This drama movie explores the connection between three people in three different places. It follows the story of Tom, his wife and their maid's family. Tom is a successful New York businessman who has to leave his wife and daughter for a business trip to Thailand. There, as he gets into a new cultural experience, he realizes he wants to change his life. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, his wife struggles to spend time with their daughter.

Coming from the Swedish director/writer Lukas Moodysson, "Mammoth" has yet to have its release date, but it is scheduled to be outed in 2009. It is also supported by Sophie Nyweide, Thomas McCarthy and Marife Necesito.

"Mammoth" Trailer:



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