We just got our first trailer a week ago, but Paramount Pictures have released a second theatrical trailer for Like Crazy, to play before The Help hitting theaters tomorrow. Drake Doremus‘ romantic drama was awarded the top prize of best dramatic film at Sundance, even if we weren’t big fans of it (our text and video review here). This new trailer sells it just about as best as it could, showing off a neat sequence displaying the quick initial relationship our characters go through (a glimpse in the still above). Starring Felicity Jones, Anton Yelchin, Jennifer Lawrence, and Charlie Bewley, you can see the new trailer below via Apple.
Like Crazy is a film from and about the heart. Jacob, an American, and Anna, who is British, meet at college in Los Angeles and fall madly in love. It‟s the purest kind of romance – they‟re each other‟s first significant attachment. When Anna returns to London, the couple is forced into a long-distance relationship. Their perfect love is tested, and youth, trust, and geography become their biggest enemies. Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones star as the young couple. An original, contemplative look at first love, Like Crazy strikes a universal chord as it explores the bittersweet beauty and impermanence of relationships.
Like Crazy will play at the Toronto International Film Festival next month and hit theaters October 28th, 2011.
What do you think of the second trailer? Will you see this Sundance hit?
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