Luke Wilson's 'Henry Poole' Trailer Is Here
Overture Film and Lakeshore Entertainment have presented movie-lovers the first look into the upcoming dramedy "Henry Poole Is Here" as the trailer to the film starring Luke Wilson and Radha Mitchell has been released online. The video footage runs nearly two and a half minutes.
The compilation of clips starts with the shot of a "For Sale" realty plank which then retracted backward to show a man walking into the on-sale house. The footage then cut into a scene when Wilson's character, Henry Poole who apparently bought the house, opens his door to find her lady neighbor introducing herself before quickly closes the door against her face. The scene then changes to a shot of people lining up to a cashier and the narrator begins to explain about Henry.
Little that depressed Henry knows, his attempt to find a peaceful life will be disturbed by her nosy neighbor who finds what she believes to be a "face of Jesus" on the wall of Henry's house. The trailer also exposes the relationship between his other lovely neighbor and her daughter and he starts to find hope amidst his desperation.
Set to be previewed in limited theaters on August 15, 2008, "Henry Poole" also features George Lopez, Adriana Barraza, Cheryl Hines and Morgan Lily. The film is directed by "U2 3D" helmer Mark Pellington and will be distributed by Overture Films. It picks up the story of how people can find wonders in their everyday life. Additionally, the trailer can be seen below or on its trailer page at AceShowbiz.
"Henry Poole Is Here" Trailer:
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