UK Trailer For Steve McQueen’s Shame


After about 12 months of this is going to be great, then came the appearances at the the recent film festivals, a few clips but no actual trailer for the film the critics cant stop praising. Today that has changed as  The Guardian  have unveiled the UK trailer for Steve McQueen’s Shame the second collaboration the British film maker has had with the films main star Michael Fassbender.

The buzz from the festival the performance of Fassbender  is been called his best so far and his female lead actress Carey Mulligan is getting some decent praise too in film been regarded as very graphic getting the ‘controversial’ label along the way.  As the film is about a 30 something sex addict on the road to destruction its hard to actually show how explicit the film is but what the 2 minute trailer does do is shows Brendan (Fassbender) mental condition on his downward spiral. The film is getting so much praise you’ll wonder if they’ll actually create a red band trailer to show the other side of the film or just ride on the wave of praise its getting hoping the viewer will enjoy what they’ll see when the film is released on January 13th 2012 (USA December 2nd).

*18 November – Later than expected A big thanks to Momentum Pictures who have sent us a proper UK Trailer*

Brandon is a 30-something man living in New York who is unable to manage his sex life. After his wayward younger sister moves into his apartment, Brandon’s world spirals out of control. From director Steve McQueen (Hunger), Shame is a compelling and timely examination of the nature of need, how we live our lives and the experiences that shape us.


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