Stranded In Stereo: The Darjeeling Limited: In Cineplexes Soon

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

The Darjeeling Limited: In Cineplexes Soon

One of the greatest filmmakers of my generation is Texas native Wes Anderson. Over the past 10 years, myself amongst the others grew up with such fabeled tales of alienation while admiring a love we know we could certain never have, but would pursue anyway (Rushmore,) a man's journey as he finds out he may have a son he never knew existed (The Life Aquatic With Steve Zizzou,) or just plain old family dysfunction (The Royal Tenenbaums.)

This fall, Anderson returns with
The Darjeeling Limited, a story about a trio of brothers (played by Anderson players Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman, who wrote the film with Anderson and Roman Coppola, and Adrian Brody) who attempt to reconnect with one another and find themselves on a train trip across India. From the looks of the trailer, this might be one of the more powerful films in Anderson's pictures, but I am sure it will still have its moments of hilarious subtlety (see: "I love you too, but I'm gonna mace you in the face!) The movie will open up this year's New York Film Festival on September 27th.

The Darjeeling Limited is released via Fox Searchlight Pictures on September 28th.

Watch: The Darjeeling Limited Trailer [Here]

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