2017 Brie Larson made her directorial feature debut with Unicorn Store. The film made it’s world premiere at Toronto Film Festival to mixed reviews only to disappear off the radar after its festival run.
Unless your name is Carol Danvers and been living on a planet invaded by the Kree, Captain Marvel was released. Larson plays MCU’s first female lead film which happens to co-star her Unicorn Store star Samuel L.Jackson. What better time to relaunch her directorial feature.
Neflix have bought the rights to the film and tonight have released the film’s Trailer ahead of next month’s release. As Larson also takes the lead role as a artist wannabe whose life as an adult seems to be getting her nowhere. She constantly feels her parents are disappointed about her, despite this she doesn’t want to leave the comfort of their home. Until a mysterious salesman (Samuel L.Jackson) enters her life/
Despite the mixed reviews, it seems those review acknowledged the quirky film just the right size for a debut. Don’t expect a big film, a more indie feel, with Netflix the place to find her next few films…
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A woman named Kit receives a mysterious invitation that would fulfill her childhood dreams.
The Netflix synopsis was very brief, compared to This one:
Kit (Brie Larson) is a lonely twenty-something dreamer who’s reluctant to leave the comforts of childhood and fully embrace adulthood. But when art school sends her packing, Kit is forced to move back home with her parents and take a temp job in a boring office. Just when she’s resolved to finally put her Care Bears aside and grow up, a mysterious salesman (Samuel L. Jackson) enters Kit’s life and offers to give her childlike heart its greatest desire. Larson’s directorial debut, with a script by Samantha McIntyre, is a love letter to everyone’s inner child, and a reminder that no dream is impossible.
The film also stars Joan Cusack, and Bradley Whitford.
Unicorn Store will be launched globally on 5th April 2019.Powered by Sidelines