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Tree of Life Trailer Attached To Black Swan

The first peek at Terrence Malick's Tree of Life is attached to Black Swan and for those of you lucky enough to see Black Swan this weekend you'll get a look at one of the most anticipated films in recent history.

Tree of Life stars Sean Penn as Jack and Brad Pitt as his emotionally-vacant father. Malick's film is reportedly on an epic scale and ranges from when dinosaurs roamed the Earth to current day America where Jack faces an unknown crisis.


agracru said…
I'm sorry, every time Tree of Life news pops up the blogsphere seems to go bananas over it, and I'm just not understanding why. Yeah, I like Malick, yeah, I like Pitt, yeah, I'm...on and off with Penn, and the story sounds interesting, but this sounds just as vast and expansive as Aronofsky's The Fountain and nobody hyped that film half as much as this one. What's the deal?
Fitz said…
I have no idea to be honest. Then again I'm not a huge fan of Malick's work, but I do lo-ve The Fountain. So maybe I'm the wrong person to ask.

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