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Shailene Woodley Gets Passionate In First Clip From ‘White Bird in a Blizzard’

Written by on June 10, 2014 

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Five months after its Sundance premiere, those of us who couldn’t make it to Park City are finally seeing signs of life for White Bird In a Blizzard. Although many had a strong distaste for the film, we were fans, calling Gregg Araki‘s picture a “surprisingly standard, but engaging coming-of-age story” that could signal a new direction for its headliner, Shailene Woodley.

This was said before The Fault in Our Stars became a massive box-office success, yes, but the first hints make us think that’ll still hold true. After a trailer from December, there’s a first clip that the hosting outlet describe as “steamy” — an adjective I presume is to be read in a whispery tone, the first and last consonants extended a bit — wherein Woodley and Fernandez make out in various locations. Better yet, the feature-length version of this clip will be available mere months from now, with Magnolia expecting to roll out the title on VOD this September 25 and in theaters on October 24. You, too, can soon get steamy in theaters or the comfort of your own home.

Watch the clip below (via Yahoo!):

Synopsis:

“It’s 1988. On the surface, Kat’s home life seems perfect. A normal, college-bound teenager, she listens to Depeche Mode, hangs out with her tragically hip pals, and is critical of her parents. She’s also having her first romance with, literally, the boy next door and is starting to feel comfortable in her own skin—all under the watchful eye of her glamorous, but disturbed, homemaker mother. When her mother mysteriously vanishes, Kat and her father suppress their emotions and try to resume their lives. Years later, Kat’s subconscious is consumed by images of her mother, whose peculiar disappearance she can’t fully comprehend.

White Bird In a Blizzard also stars Eva Green, Christopher Meloni, Gabourey Sidibe, and Angela Bassett.

Any impressions from this first clip? Are you a fan of Araki’s prior work?


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