Saturday, June 23, 2018

LOVE IS A DANGEROUS EXPERIMENT IN TRAILER FOR AMAZON'S 'ZOE' SF MOVIE WITH EWAN MCGREGOR, LEA SEYDOUX, THEO JAMES, MIRANDA OTTO! LEA SEYDOUX, JOEL KINNAMAN TO STAR IN 'HORSEBOY'

  'ZOE' SF TRAILER
STARRING EWAN MCGREGOR AND LEA SEYDOUX
Zoe hits Amazon Prime July 20th
Literally the only thing the spy has to offer you this exquisitely boring end of the week is interesting, and also confusing, trailer for new drama movie ZOE starring Ewan McGregor, which airs next month on Amazon Prime.

ZOE 
 also starring Lea Seydoux, Theo James, Miranda Otto and Rashida Jones, sees Ewan (who is also working on the adaptation of Stephen KIng's Doctor Sleep) and Lea leading this science fiction movie as two colleagues at a revolutionary research lab who design technology to improve and perfect romantic relationships. As their work progresses, their discoveries become more profound.



  LEA SEYDOUX TO JOIN
 JOEL KINNAMAN IN 'HORSEBOY'
Lea will play the mother of the autistic child
Speaking of Lea Seydoux, the French actress will also join Joel Kinnaman in HORSEBOY drama, in which they will play Emily and Jonathan whose son Noah, is an autistic child. He rarely talks and isn't improving despite his parents' efforts to connect with him. Yet, there is a silver lining: Jonathan notices that Noah is more peaceful and seems more able to communicate while riding horses. It sparks a crazy idea: he will take his family for a ride through the Mongolian plains to meet shamans. The journey will be transformative. It is the powerful story of two parents' love for their child as they decide to take the biggest risk imaginable. A life-changing experience not only to rescue their son, but also to rescue their family.

8 comments:

  1. "Zoe" looks good. Ewan McGregor usually makes movies that have interesting points to make.

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    1. We do like him, and Lea is often very nice too.

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  2. Parents are devastated when their kid is diagnosed with autism. They'll go to the end of the world, yes, even to Mongolia to try to heal their kid.
    Music, animals (horses in this film), drawing, and many other things are among the hope raisers to improve and perhaps cure the condition.
    Movies on the subject are never boring, that's for sure.

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    1. the most interesting thing is that Ewan from the news above has once come upon a little orphan alone in the middle of the road in that exact Mongolia (he was travelling the world on a motorbike with a friend) and he adopted it and now the girl lives with his family in UK.

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  3. It takes a strong parent/parents to raise an autistic child. I watch my neighbors with their daughter, who will never mentally advance beyond a 6 year old level, and think they are rock stars where it comes to raising her. I bet they will enjoy this film.

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    1. If parents are clear minded people such kids often enrich their lives in a very deep level, but it definitely is a gargantuan struggle. I have a few kids with Down Syndrome in my block, I noticed their grannies usually take care of them. They're very loving and dear. I love when they manage to get a job, because it makes them fill fulfilled.

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    2. My granny drove the special needs kids to and from school every day. That seemed like a struggle in itself, but she loved it. I remember riding with her often, and the blind, deaf girl she had sit up front with her would smack the heck out of her the whole way there. I also remember my poor granny having to go running across a huge field because one of the boys with Down syndrome took a shining to my 5 year old self, flung me over his shoulder, and tried to run away with me lol. There’s never a dull moment when caring for special needs kids.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)