Joann Sfar's THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND GUN Gets A Seething New Trailer
Director Joann Sfar‘s new French-Belgian remake, The Lady In The Car With Glasses And Gun did come with a red-band trailer back in July as Wild Bunch was hosting it internationally. Magnolia Pictures has since attained the rights and with this, a new trailer has surfaced with a lesser-nude depiction of the seething drama that still captures the film’s seemingly untamed essence.
Actress Freya Mavor leads the cast with a story that sees a beautiful woman who takes her boss’s car for a joyride on an alluring adventure, only to find herself implicated in a crime when people seemingly recognize her, in addition to discovering a dead body the trunk. The film reprises its 1970 iteration based, in turn, on Sébastien Japrisot’s 1966 crime thriller novel, and clearly Sfar‘s contribution intends on doing the original property justice.
Magnolia opens the film in the U.S. on December 8. Watch the trailer.
New trailer for the stylish psychological thriller #LadyCarGun – in theatres Friday, Dec. 18th https://t.co/QHi7qWarPn
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