Tom Tykwer’s last high profile subject The International, was a bit of a failure with critics. But you can’t say that what he attempts isn’t interesting. He made a name for himself with the German film Run Lola Run, and immediately started more ambitious projects. He even had the balls to make a film written by deceased Krzysztof Kieslowski. That’s impressive. And even though the end result wasn’t up to par, it was still a fun ride.
Tykwer’s newest project is called Drei (Three). We’ve seen a few stills for the film, and now we have a trailer. Albeit in German. The trailer is embedded below. But first, here’s a description of the film’s plot:
Three is about Hanna and Simon, a couple in their early forties who lives together in Berlin. Unknown to each other they both become acquainted with Adam, a younger man – and fall in love with him. When Hanna becomes pregnant, their whistle gets blown – and the question pops up: Who is the father? Three is a tragicomical movie about love, morals and the sexes in a late-modernist German society at the mercy of its mixed feelings.
I can’t wait for a subtitled trailer. Let us know if you find one.