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First poster and trailer for Broken Kingdom

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Maybe it’s the awkward dialogue or the awkward camera or the awkward music but something about this awkward trailer for Broken Kingdom reminded me of the Blue Valentinetrailer. Aha! The awkward Ryan Gosling is the producer. Leave it to him to put his money where his awkward is. The past few years he’s felt like the Final Fantasy of yearly awkward releases, and hey, I’m not saying that’s a bad thing. Without having seen Half Nelson yet, I’d still argue Lars and the Real Girl is his best film so far, The Notebook fans be damned.

Written, directed, and starring Daniel Gillies, its story merges the Los Angeles slums narratives of an eccentric writer, a 14-year-old prostitute, a university student, and a day care teacher. Originally titled The Disposables, Daniel Gillies’s debut film has been in post production since 2008, so all of these odd warning flags mean you’ll probably want to read our review before taking a chance on this intriguingly odd film. No release date has been announced yet, so don’t get too anxious. It does have Rachael Leigh Cook in it though, so be a little anxious.

[Via BleedingCool]

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Maybe it's the awkward dialogue or the awkward camera or the awkward music but something about this awkward trailer for Broken Kingdom reminded me of the Blue Valentinetrailer. Aha! The awkward Ryan Gosling is the producer. Leave it to him to put his money where his awkward is. The past few years he's felt like the Final Fantasy of yearly awkward releases, and hey, I'm not saying that's a bad thing. Without having seen Half Nelson yet, I'd still argue Lars and the Real Girl is his best film so far, The Notebook fans be damned.

Written, directed, and starring Daniel Gillies, its story merges the Los Angeles slums narratives of an eccentric writer, a 14-year-old prostitute, a university student, and a day care teacher. Originally titled The Disposables, Daniel Gillies's debut film has been in post production since 2008, so all of these odd warning flags mean you'll probably want to read our review before taking a chance on this intriguingly odd film. No release date has been announced yet, so don't get too anxious. It does have Rachael Leigh Cook in it though, so be a little anxious.

[Via BleedingCool]