Anderson and Greenwood have previously worked together on three film scores - 2007's There Will Be Blood, 2012's The Master and 2014's Inherent Vice. We'll have our thoughts up soon, but we wanted to bring you the trailer as soon as possible.
Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood and the great auteur Paul Thomas Anderson are about to give us another one. He's a director that's openly rebelling against traditional narrative cohesion at this point, and instead going for tone and theme above all else, which makes for pictures that equally captivating and frustrating.
There are a few hours, we dévoilions the detailed synopsis of Phantom Thread, the new feature film from Paul Thomas Anderson.
Gathering to his side, Lesley Manville, Vicky Krieps, or Camilla Rutherford, Phantom Thread has also unveiled a first poster extremely elegant and classy. From its location to its characters, Phantom Thread promises to be something out of Anderson's general wheelhouse.
Check out the Phantom Thread trailer below.
Phantom Thread is set in 1950s London and tells the story of a renowned dressmaker named Reynolds Woodcock (Day Lewis) whose business is at the centre of the thriving British fashion industry. In the race for the Oscars, the film will be released on December 25 in the United States.
The visually stunning preview focuses on Day-Lewis' dressmaker, whose life and art becomes unraveled after meeting a young woman played by actress Vicky Krieps. Once controlled and planned, he finds his carefully tailored life disrupted by love.
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