The End of Love Trailer

If tearing up at a trailer is cool, consider me Miles Davis. With the onslaught of Sundance 2013 upon us, it seems more than appropriate to highlight one of the hits of Sundance 2012 — an intimate drama from Mark Webber called The End of Love that hits close to home by shooting where Webber lives. Namely, he wrote, directed and starred in the film as a struggling actor alongside his real-life baby boy. Webber’s character (named Mark Webber) parties with actors like Michael Cera and Aubrey Plaza, but his career has stalled out. Reaching the end of his rope with a toddler in his arms, he meets a young woman (Shannyn Sossamon) who he starts a promising relationship with.

Allison loved it, and now that the film is hitting theaters on March 1st, there’s a polished trailer available. Check it out for yourself:


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