By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist August 27, 2014 at 8:22AM
“It’s a country I feel in love with, they believe in change…and they believe in their country,” Stephen Daldry told Screen Daily about Brazil, the setting of his upcoming "Trash." And certainly, the filmmaker rolled up his sleeves and dove right in, casting three kids —Rickson Teves, Eduardo Luis and Gabriel Weinstein— who had never been on camera before to star in his film alongside Rooney Mara, Martin Sheen and Wagner Moura.
A new international trailer has arrived for the picture, indicating a sun-baked, uplifting, and energetic drama. Penned by Richard Curtis ("War Horse," "Love Actually"), and based on the novel by Andy Mulligan, the story follows two boys living in the slums who stumble across a wallet full of cash while trash-picking in the local dump. With a reward out for its return, the pair team up with a friend to discover why the wallet is so important, but since they can't trust the police, they turn to a pair of missionaries who may just be able to help.
There's no U.S. release date yet, but "Trash" will make its world premire at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival which kicks off on September 24th. Watch below. [HeyUGuys]