Trailer for Ruben Östlund’s The Square Shows Chaos Run Amok in the Contemporary Art World
Swedish director Ruben Östlund is one of the rare modern day auteurs that deals often in comedy. 2014′s Force Majeure made Östlund’s presence known as someone who can make a high art comedy film that isn’t covered in pretension.
Östlund’s latest, The Square, nabbed one of cinema’s most revered prizes, The Cannes Palme d’Or, which isn’t an award that ever really goes to any sort of comedic work. Even more impressive, he seems to have made a truly international movie with stars from all over the globe (Claes Bang from Denmark, Dominic West from UK, Elisabeth Moss from the US) without having it seemed forced.
On top of all of that, The Square appears to be a devilishly calculated, comedic dressing down of the art world and the people who run it.
See all of this for yourself in the trailer here.
The Square starts its theatrical release on October 27th.
This Trailer for “Listen Up Philip” Offers Up a Fun, Sardonic Romp
Jason Schwartzman gets to play a caustic, self-obsessed writer in Alex Ross Perry‘s Listen Up Philip with Elisabeth Moss putting up with him as his girlfriend and Jonathan Pryce as a witty, manipulative mentor.
Sound fun? It sure looks like it in this trailer. It’s due out for a limited release on Oct. 17th.
Watch Jon Stewart Make a Great Interview Out of Almost Nothing
Last night on The Daily Show, Elisabeth Moss was the guest as she was promoting her new film The One I Love. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the film, she can’t really talk about it all that much just like so can’t talk about it that much, leaving little to talk about.
So, that leaves Jon Stewart to showcase his marvelous interviewing skills by figuring something else out, seemingly on the spot and doing most of the talking. It’s probably the most undervalued skill set of a TV show host. We would be surprised if this was all covered in a pre-interview.
Watch Trailer for What Might Be a Mind Bending Romantic Comedy, “The One I Love”
Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass star in this intriguing, trippy, indie romantic comedy called The One I Love. All that’s really clear in the trailer is that a couple is going on a trip, but not that one that they were probably expecting.
From first time feature director Charlie McDowell and first time feature writer Justin Lader, we’re on board for this wherever it’s taking us.