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article imageBrie Larson brings light to the dark film ‘Room’ — Trailer

By Adam Mock     Oct 31, 2015 in Entertainment
Tightroping delicately between both suspenseful and heartfelt, the new trailer for ‘Room’ proves to be something special.
From first watch, the trailer for Room takes the viewer on an emotional journey which leads one to watch it again. Not quite sure how to feel, it compels you delve deeper. Upon second viewing, one is only further convinced that this film could be something special.
Brie Larson stars as ‘Ma' a woman held captive for years in a one room shed, forced to raise her now 5-year-old son, Jack (played by one to watch Jacob Tremblay), in the four walled prison. Trying to provide as much normalcy to her son as the situation could offer, ‘Ma’ does her best to keep a brave face. Until the day they're rescued and Jack learns about a world much bigger than any he could could imagine. Adapted for the screen by Emma Donoghue from a novel of the same name, this film seems to have the earmarks of a best picture.
Having heard a buzz about this film, interest was peaked from the start. Upon watching the trailer, the accolades seemed more than worthy. Emotional is not the word for this preview. In fact, the range of emotions expressed in the trailer range so broadly, it’s tough to determine what the actual feel of the film will be. Only intriguing the viewer further.
Evoking such strong feelings from a mere two minutes and thirty seconds is a feat in itself, a goal which ‘Room’ accomplishes in a way rarely found in recent previews. If what is seen on screen matches the brilliance found in the trailer, this will be a powerful film to contend with. Co-staring Joan Allen and William H. Macy, we can only hope that Room will be as compelling as the trailer leads us to believe.
Opening November 6, 2015.
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