The Tree of Life Movie Trailer Official (HD)





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Published on Dec 17, 2010

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The Tree of Life hits theaters on May 27th, 2011.

Cast: Brad Pitt, Jessica Chastain, Sean Penn, Fiona Shaw, Crystal Mantecon, Tamara Jolaine, Joanna Going, Jackson Hurst

From Terrence Malick, the acclaimed director of such classic films as "Badlands", "Days of Heaven" and "The Thin Red Line", "The Tree of Life" is the impressionistic story of a Midwestern family in the 1950's. The film follows the life journey of the eldest son, Jack, through the innocence of childhood to his disillusioned adult years as he tries to reconcile a complicated relationship with his father (Brad Pitt). Jack (played as an adult by Sean Penn) finds himself a lost soul in the modern world, seeking answers to the origins and meaning of life while questioning the existence of faith. Through Malick's signature imagery, we see how both brute nature and spiritual grace shape not only our lives as individuals and families, but all life.

The Tree of Life trailer courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures.

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Disgust at some of these comments. It is amazing that when an artist comes out with a vision like The Tree of Life, a vision that defies the typical and mundane devices of average cinema, small minded fools try to declare that vision as "pretentious". One has to be of a certain mind to be able to appreciate the enormity and ambition of this project, to appreciate it in all of its senses. This trailer alone is superior to 95% of the garbage that hollywood puts out these days. If you can't sense the feeling in this trailer, then I don't know what you can feel. 
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well said
eki noormann
andres65080 i agree so much with you
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Jedaqia Angel
If you love this movie, you should check out these movies : 1. Cloud Atlas 2. The Fountain 3. 2001 Space Odyssey 4. Requiem Of A Dream 5. Rashomon 6. Donnie Darko 7. Jacob's Ladder 8. Mr. Nobody 9. Pi 10. Waking Life
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Fan of Aronofsky aren't we??
The Fountain STILL messes with me. Great list.
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Jack Hoppy
Simple minded masses claim that all art that they cannot understand is pretentious. If thousands of other people got it and you didn't, it isn't the film that's foolish, it is you.
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Judge Dredd
I didn't get it can you explain it to me?,am I a fool? NO. A fool refushes to learn. A fool thinks he gets it but actualy doesn't. That fool is you.
Jack Hoppy, I agree it is like a memory. Non-linear but also not complicated either. Think about how you reminisce about someone all sorts of random things but all connected. I thought it was brilliant.
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Brett Wilson
Classic love-it or hate-it movie. I remember seeing it and one woman stood up at the end and yelled "what. the hell. was that."
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Culprit LA
+Good Deeds Everyday well, it's not...and i, for one, am very grateful for that
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Everybody is complaining that this trailer shows nothing in a world where movie trailers show too much these days.
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Mitch Barrington
Yeah I just wanna know what it's about but I have less idea after having watched the trailer...
Matt Bradley
Daniel L I think this is the pretentious behaviour people are talking about. There isn't anything wrong with Nolan.
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I saw this in the theatre on Father's Day 2011. My oldest son was yet to be conceived that following October. I had a strained relationship with my father my whole life. I saw the matinee. Nestled in the middle of the theatre packed with elderly couples. I wept silently the entire movie. Tears and snot running down my face. Now I'm a father of two and I've been called to watch this movie again. I wept again just now watching the trailer. I'm scared to watch it again. Scared to feel that much, knowing I'll feel that much more now that I'm a father myself.
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You should see Magnolia from Paul Thomas Anderson. There's a lot of father and children dynamics within it among other things, one of the greatest movies ever.
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ben sedin
Masterpiece, Terrence Malick is a genius!
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Mike Paul
He really is a poetic genius.
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I will never understand how this film didn't win any Academy Awards. It's quite possibly one of the greatest films ever made. It should've at least won Best Cinematography and Best Soundtrack! Stupid ass Hollywood.
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Jacko Ludvich
This movie sucked total ass. One of the most boring movies I have ever watched. It is so bad it can cure insomnia.
The same happened to SOLARIS filmed by A. Tarkowksky - Great Music and finest Cinema-Art never wins - but can reach the people who has open heart dnd mind.
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Pure ART.
This is how a movie should be, we must learn something from it, not like the fantasy franchises that Hollywood now embraced.
javiera vasquez
This was a beautiful movie to watch. Every shot could be a photograph.
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sokunthea ly
@edo Fluit if your standard is low enough, any film can be a good photograph.
Swag Lord
+Edo Fluit transformers?
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