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March 5, 2013 (9:05 am) GMT
This modern-day adaptation of the classic Henry James novel follows a little girl who is caught in the middle of her dysfunctional family's drama.

New drama film "" has just released its first official trailer to usher in its forthcoming movie theatre run. This contemporary version of Henry James' classic novel first premiered at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

The thought-provoking and poignant new movie stars as aging rock star Suzanna and as major art dealer Beale. Suzanna and Beale are fighting over the custody of their young daughter Maisie, played by child actress Onata Aprile.

As her father Beale marries her nanny Margo (played by Joanna Vanderham) and Suzanna gets hitched with local bartender Lincoln (portrayed by ), Maisie winds up being shuttled back and forth between her parents while each attempts to start their lives afresh with new partners. As the story unfolds, turns out Lincoln and Margo are the family that Maisie really needs.

The film is directed by the duo of Scott McGehee and David Siegel, who first dealt with complicated parent-child relations in "The Deep End" and "". The Nancy Doyne and Carroll Cartwright-written movie will open in limited theaters in the U.S. on May 1.



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