In another piece of audio-visual follow-up, we first told you back in October of last year about Tom Ford making the leap from fashion design to filmmaking as he was set to make his first pass as a director with A Single Man, a period adaptation of a novel by Christopher Isherwood. The film finally saw its debut this past Friday, closing out the Venice Film Festival. And now that the cat’s out of the bag, we finally have a trailer for the film. It certainly doesn’t tell you much, instead relying on its pretty shots and lots of silent emoting. It reminds us a lot of trailers for foreign films, where there’s little speaking so as to not scare off the subtitle-averse. But it looks sharp, moody, and interesting, so we’re game. Bring it on, Ford.
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