THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS (2016): New Trailer From Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander & Rachel Weisz

The Light Between Oceans (2016), Alicia Vikander, Michael Fassbender
The Light Between Oceans (2016), Alicia Vikander, Michael Fassbender

Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander’s latest movie is based on a best selling book by M.L. Stedman. Director Derek Cianfrance’s film is about a couple who raise a baby they found adrift  on a rowboat…

A heartbreaking tale and streams of tears are guaranteed. I’ll tune in anyway because of  Fassbender’s performance.

Of course it would have been great if  this trailer hadn’t given away so much already. What to do, what to do…

The Light Between Oceans Release Dates: September 2nd 2016 (US); January 6th, 2017 (UK)…

Happy Film Loving 🙂

G

4 thoughts on “THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS (2016): New Trailer From Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander & Rachel Weisz”

  1. So let me get this straight.. It’s filmed in Australia based on a story in Australia, with two from the UK, and a Swede, but Russia bought it .. It was produced and directed all so inauthenticaly from the start.. I predict a giant flop! Her Oscar was all a sham too no way should she have gotten that she balled with the same hair and same costume for hours where as others in her section all had way more lines various costume changes and actual talent. Now they say she’s in demand what a joke! Her and her projects couldn’t contain anymore puffery if she tried! A waste of time this whole project and so miscast.

    1. Hello Mari, You may be right about the film turning out to be a flop but I sure hope you’re not. Rachel Weisz and Michael Fassbender are great actors, two of my favourites. As for Alicia Vikander, I liked her work in Ex Machina (2015)… I’ll be watching The Danish Girl (2015) soon, then I can think about whether she makes my top 10. 🙂 I don’t really know much about the book on which the movie is based to be honest, but I’m thinking that the story, if it’s as good as people say it is, the film might just turn out well and any ‘inauthenticities’ regarding production will be less relevant. Of course it will be too bad for the fans of the books but such is globalisation.

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