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Watch: Alice Eve & Stanley Tucci Play Games In Trailer For Neil LaBute's 'Some Velvet Morning'

by Kevin Jagernauth
November 12, 2013 5:24 PM
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Some Velvet Morning, Alice Eve, Stanley Tucci

"Everyone’s been in that place where it’s like, 'I can’t live with this person. I can’t live without them.' It’s just crazy love," writer/director Neil LaBute told us about his latest "Some Velvet Morning," earlier this year. But it's far more than just "crazy love" that's cooking in this one.

Starring Alice Eve and Stanley Tucci, this intimate dramedy kicks off when Fred shows up on the doorstep of his former lover, Velvet, with suitcases and bags. But he doesn't get the welcome he might've expected. There is tension in the air, with Fred thinking Velvet still wants him to leave his wife, while she is holding the cards of other secrets yet to be revealed. It's a two actor tango, with our own Gabe Toro noting in his review that, "LaBute has consistently made intriguing, often idiosyncratic films in his career, but he hasn't made anything this unsettling and unforgettable in a very long time."

"Some Velvet Morning" goes VOD on December 10th and opens in limited release on December 13th.

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  • Quin Browne | November 13, 2013 4:38 PMReply

    I look forward to the viewing.

  • Joao | November 12, 2013 6:28 PMReply

    It looks great! I'll definitely see it!

  • ChuckieGeeze | November 12, 2013 6:07 PMReply

    So this is NOT a Lee Hazlewood biopic? Damn son...

  • john | November 19, 2013 8:51 PM

    lee hazlewood rules over andromeda now as a holy deity and proves the futility and pointlessness of a mormon woody wannabe comedy of 'manners' by riding on a comet in a galazy where love really has poignancy because there are multiple planets of carbon based beings that have yet to figure out their inter-planetary romantic roles and a martian flaubert writes all about this seemingly quaint constraint as those in hoag's galaxy knowlingly scoff at this thing of the past. storybook children indeed.

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