Marriage Story trailers: Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver seem to weave a poignant family drama for Netflix
Directed by Noah Baumbach, Marriage Story is scheduled to screen at reputed international film festivals, including Toronto and Venice.
There are two sides to every story. Filmmaker Noah Baumbach, in collaboration with Netflix, intends to share this message with a heartwarming tale, Marriage Story. Billed as an “incisive and compassionate portrait of a marriage breaking up and a family staying together", the film stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver, playing the couple Charlie and Nicole, in question, who are struggling to keep their marriage afloat.
On Tuesday, Netflix has rolled out two His & Her trailers, showcasing the couple's perspectives of one tale.
In Charlie's POV, he tells all the things that he love about Nicole, from her dancing skills, competitive nature to her playful attitude.
Watch Marriage Story trailer from Charlie's perspective
"What I Love About Nicole."
— Marriage Story (@MarriageStory) August 20, 2019
In Nicole's POV, she reflects on how great dad he is to their son, she likes the way he dresses even its embarrassing sometimes. Watch Marriage Story trailer from Nicole's perspective
Both clips end with the couple in the courtroom facing a trail (possibly for a separation). In one particular scene, Charlie and Nicole sit at the ends of a room, when Nicole quips that they must talk but Charlie counters saying, "I don't know how to start."
Check out the posters shared by Netflix
Noah Baumbach next film, "Marriage Story," is a portrait of a marriage breaking up and a family staying together.
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The additional cast roster is star-studded and includes the likes of Laura Dern, Merritt Wever, and Ray Liotta. According to IndieWire, Marriage Story will screen at various festival this season, including Toronto and Venice, and will hit Netflix in the coming months.
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