Diane Kruger, Norman Reedus, and Lena Dunham Hit the Road In Trailer for ‘Sky’

Written by on March 30, 2016 

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One might assume that the presences of Diane Kruger, Norman Reedus, and Lena Dunham would’ve lent a fair amount of attention to Sky when it premiered at last year’s TIFF, yet the few and, at that, fairly middling responses from critics didn’t send much encouragement. IFC found something to like, however: after picking it up last fall, they’ve slotted it for a theatrical and VOD release next month.

Here, now, is a domestic trailer that gives some sense of Sky‘s trajectory and texture, the latter of which I — thanks to muddy colors, lived-in spaces, and smeary digital cinematography — can take some interest in. What will that amount to? Even with a total lack of inspiring notices being taken into account, I can’t say a sense of promise has been diminished.

Watch the trailer below:

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A French woman finds liberation in the dusty highways, wide open spaces, and smoky barrooms of the American West in this captivating road movie. Diane Kruger stars as the Parisian Romy who, while on vacation in California, breaks things off once and for all with her boorish husband (Gilles Lellouche) in a dramatic final fight. A free woman in a strange land, Romy embarks on a life-changing trip through the desert that brings in her touch with strangers who impact her life in various ways: a kindly small town police officer (Joshua Jackson), a pregnant, trailer park-dwelling mother (Lena Dunham), and a charming, ruggedly independent cowboy (Norman Reedus) with whom she finds the possibility of new love. Beautifully capturing the landscapes and soul of the Southwest, Sky is a stirring emotional odyssey about what it means to start your life over again.

Sky will enter a limited release and hit VOD on April 15.

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