SAME KIND OF DIFFERENT AS ME is based on the inspiring true story of international art dealer Ron Hall (Greg Kinnear).
11, October 2017: This is a real trailer for a real film. It isn’t a spoof or a satire. Same Kind of Different as Me is distributed by Paramount Pictures and stars several Academy Award winners and nominees. It is a real film that people made on purpose.
Why am I telling you this? Because the first trailer for Same Kind of Different as Me has just been released and, well, Christ.
The film is about wealthy married couple Greg Kinnear and Renée Zellweger. As the dullest woman alive, Zellweger’s character is describing a dream she just had, about “a poor wise man who changes the city”.
However, Kinnear and Zellweger are drifting apart. He’s all business, and says things such as “I’ve got a sales call at 6.30” and “I’ve got to drop off contracts north of town”. She’s the sort of idiot who describes offensively tone-deaf dreams about absurd Jesus figures to people. They should split up.
During their shift at a soup kitchen, a crazed vagrant played by Djimon Hounsou starts smashing the place up with a baseball bat. It is a terrifying breach of security, an act of wanton destruction and a safety risk to all the diners who have placed their trust in the institution. People are scared and something needs to be done.
However, Zellweger sees this furious lunatic destroying an important community institution and says: “That’s the man from my dream.” Obviously, nobody in real life would react to a violent vagrant by claiming that they’re a mystical saviour from the depths of their subconscious. But it’s OK. This is a film. It didn’t really happen. Oh Jesus Christ, it really happened. So it's a must watch
About Movie :
The movie made from the memoir authored by Denver Moore, Ron Hall, and Lynn Vincent, will now go wide on October 20, 2017. The film, directed by Michael Carney from a screenplay he penned with Hall and Alexander Foard. Paramount, which put up 40% of the film’s budget, is no longer involved in the film’s marketing we understand.
Cale Boyter, Ron Hall, Stephen D. Johnston, Darren Moorman, and Mary Parent produced the film.
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