Sundance hit The Kids Are All Right trailer debut

The trailer for The Kids Are All Right, one of the big hits from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, has debuted online.

Julianne Moore and Annette Bening star as a lesbian couple struggling to deal with the fact that their children (Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson) want to get to know their biological father (Mark Ruffalo).

Written and directed by Lisa Cholodenko, the film was sold at Sundance to Focus Features for $4.8 million – the biggest sale of the festival.

Early reviews
have been almost overwhelmingly positive, and with a cast like this, it’s hard not to understand why.

Check out the trailer below (via YouTube) and let us know your thoughts!

The Kids Are All Right opens in the U.S. on the 7th of July, 2010, with an Australian release to follow.

Discuss: Looks like a few early contenders for the acting categories at the Oscars are emerging…

2 Responses to “Sundance hit The Kids Are All Right trailer debut”

  1. It looks like a pretty good movie. The three leads are always dependable for good performance. Why the need to have one of lesbians getting it on with the male? – so hollywood and not real life.

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