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"The Greatest" Trailer (2010)

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Uploaded on Feb 1, 2010

Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Susan Sarandon, Carey Mulligan, Johnny Simmons, Aaron Johnson, Michael Shannon
Director: Shana Feste
Written By: Shana Feste
Genre: Drama
MPAA: Rated R
U.S. Release Date: April 2, 2010

Synopsis

For the past few years, 17-year-old Bennett and Rose always look forward to the moment when their eyes meet as they pass each other going home from school. Still, they never exchange a single word until the very last day of school when Bennett musters up the courage to confess his love to Rose. At last they kiss, and end up having the most memorable night of their lives.

Seconds after Bennett says goodbye to Rose, a tragic car accident takes his life. His mother Grace (Academy Award® winner Sarandon) has a hard time coping with the devastating news and becomes obsessed with the final moments of Bennetts life. Her husband Allen (Brosnan) tries to make up for his past mistakes while fighting to keep his family together, and the youngest son Ryan feels neglected and overcome by his own problems. And then one night, Rose shows up at their doorstep announcing she is pregnant with Bennetts baby and has been disowned by her own family. While things will never be the same for each of them, together they come to recognize that the life of a family will carry on.

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Sundance Festival Guide:

Crying your eyes out at the movies used to be commonplace. But the difficulty of affecting a contemporary audience emotionally demonstrates how much respect a work like The Greatest engenders: it is an enormously moving, intelligent exploration of pain and grieving, a film that will touch you and stay with you.The death of their teenage son, Bennett, in a car crash is almost too much for the Brewer family to bear, not just because his was a life of such promise but also because the impact of his death unleashes the turmoil that was just beneath the surface of their lives. His mother becomes obsessed and cant let go; his father, in turn, cant face it at all; and his brothers secondary status is magnified and entrenched. And when Bennetts girlfriend appears, the family must come to grips with circumstances that complicate their loss even further. An ensemble film that is the debut of Shana Feste, a particularly talented young filmmaker, this sensitive and heartbreaking feature showcases Susan Sarandon and Pierce Brosnan at their best and launches a career for young actress Carey Mulligan that is certain to be impressive. This is one of the standout works of this Festival and is as fine a debut as we can present. -- Geoff Gilmore, Festival Director

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Song in trailer:

Where The Road Meets the Sun
By Matthew Perryman Jones and Katie Herzig

Lyrics:

Angel wings spread over water-worn wishes
Guarding the dreams and the things left unsaid
Here we are wandering, aimlessly roaming
Lovers who linger and never forget
And when it's done we will walk where the road meets the sun
Waiting for you by the Santa Maria
How long must I stay with these letters from you
I don't know whether we'll end up together
But I'll always know that our love is true
And when it's done we will walk where the road meets the sun
Don't Disappear (Darlin' I want you)
Don't leave me here (And when the day comes)
I'll meet you here
'Cause I know that wishes come true
I'm finding my way back to you
Angel wings spread over water-worn wishes
Guarding the dreams and the things left unsaid
And when it's done we will walk where the road meets the sun
And when it's done we will walk where the road meets the sun

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