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The Weinstein Company has released the trailer for Unfinished Song with Terrence Stamp and Vanessa Redgrave singing unconventional songs for their age like Salt-n-Pepa’s good old practice-safe-sex song ‘Let’s Talk About Sex’.
Previously titled Song for Marion, the feel-good drama debuted to little fanfare at Tiff back in September.
Gemma Arterton plays the upbeat music teacher who runs the local choir that doesn’t seem quite up my alley.
The London-set comedic drama about grumpy pensioner Arthur (Stamp) who is reluctantly inspired by his beloved wife Marion (Redgrave) to join a highly unconventional local choir is directed by Paul Andrew Williams (London to Brighton) from his own script.
The film will hit theaters on February 8th, 2013.
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- Nick Martin
The Weinstein Company has debuted the first trailer for Unfinished Song, director Paul Andrew Williams' comedy that proves you're never too old to belt out a tune. Terence Stamp stars as Arthur, a grumpy senior citizen who begrudgingly joins an unorthodox choir lead by Gemma Arterton's Elizabeth. This is not your garden-variety choir, though, with these aging members singing songs such as "Let's Talk About Sex." Take a look at the first footage, also starring Vanessa Redgrave and Christopher Eccleston.
Unfinished Song - Trailer
Unfinished Song comes to theaters February 8th, 2013 and stars Gemma Arterton, Christopher Eccleston, Vanessa Redgrave, Terence Stamp, Anne Reid, Calita Rainford, Alan Ruscoe, Ram John Holder. The film is directed by Paul Andrew Williams. »
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