We’ve seen many teasers and trailers, now it’s time for our first true taste of Paul Thomas Anderson‘s The Master. Considering much of the former released looks aren’t even in the actual film, we’ve got a treat here as Amy Adams stopped by David Letterman and presented an actual, stand-alone clip from the film. Heavily featuring Jonny Greenwood‘s score, we get a look at her transformation from caring wife to the woman pulling the strings behind Philip Seymour Hoffman, as we praised her for in our full review. Check out the clip and interview below.
The Master opens on September 14th.
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