GFF2014-Will You Jump? Watch UK Trailer For A Long Way Down

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They maybe strangers when they meet but will you jump  or wait and watch  the UK Trailer for  A long Way Down before you decide is it worth it to jump?

Heartbreaker director Pascal Chaumeil‘s adaptation of the popular Nick Hornby  is finally heading to our big screens this March and before it’s UK premier next month at Glasgow Film Festival (Via it’s world premier at Berlin) we get our first look at the film.  A Long Way Down stars the wonderful cast of Aaron Paul, Pierce Brosnan, Imogen Poots and Toni Collette, a group of 4 strangers who all find themselves on the roof of a London building ready to take the plunge to their deaths. A disgraced TV presenter (Bronson), Struggling Single Mother with disabed child (Collette), washed out one time Pop star now pizza delivery guy (Paul) and troubled teen (Poots).As the four decide if they should jump, they make a pact to postpone their jumps until Valentine’s day head to the sunnier climbs of Spain and see if they can work through their troubles.

As you can gather this is  may not come across as a feelgood movie but the source been a Nick Hornby novel nothing is as straight forward at the start. March will also be a big month for Aaron Paul as he starts life post Breaking Bad  with this film which come hot of the heels of Need For Speed (12th March), though you could say this character is not far from Jesse!

A Long Way Down co stars Rosamund Pike, Sam Neill  with the film been released in UK on 21st March (Glasgow Film Festival 21& 22nd February)


source: DigitalSpyUK

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