Sunday, August 30, 2009

FIRST LOOK: John Cameron Mitchell's 'Rabbit Hole'...

Most of the time, when I have the opportunity to bring you all some sort of first look, it's of some big budget sequel, or some high up director's next project. However, with this one, it's something a bit more interesting.

John Cameron Mitchell is not only one of the most controversial directors working today, with films like Shortbus and his debut feature, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, but he's also one of the most interesting. Coming off his great last film, the aforementioned Shortbus, Rabitt Hole is one of the more interesting project coming down the pipe.

And now I have the opportunity to bring you a first look at this anticipated, at least by yours truly, project. The film stars Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart, and adapated by David Lindsay-Abaire from his very won award winning play, this film centers on a couple and how they differ in coping with the death of their young child.

This is the first studio film from Mitchell, who really doesn't seem to fit the studio system. However, if this film keeps his patented look and feel, this will be one of the more interesting projects to hit you multiplex. Check out The Playlist for more photos and information on this project!

Go see something good!


  1. Curious why you characterize this as a 'studio' film...?

  2. I don't really think the film itself is a studio film, as it probably will not be, but it IS a film built out of the studio system, as it's Mitchell's first effort with a studio backing. That's what that comment meant.


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