Now titled "Being Flynn," the story follows Nick, a young man in his twenties (Paul Dano) who works at various homeless shelters in Boston, and spots his estranged father (De Niro) seeking a bed one night, leading him to face his past. Olivia Thirlby plays Denise, the love interest who helps Dano land the job, while Julianne Moore plays Nick's mother, Jody. Lili Taylor and Dale Dickey round out the impressive cast. The film is directed by "About A Boy" and "In Good Company" helmer Paul Weitz and it certainly seems like his most dramatic work to date yet.
All in all, it's pretty impressive thus far and the trailer really delivers in the second half, though our fondness for Fleet Foxes' "Helplessness Blues" may be coloring that as well. "Being Flynn" opens next spring. Watch the trailer below or in HD at Apple.