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WATCH: First Look At Tom Ford’s Thrilling New Film “Nocturnal Animals”

by Jeff Taylor September 16, 2016

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Nocturnal Animals movie poster, via Focus Films.

The new Tom Ford thriller “Nocturnal Animals” is getting good buzz and positive reviews from critics. Now we have an official first trailer, released on Thursday, which delivers on suspense and beautiful cinematography.

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Amy Adams in “Nocturnal Animals,” via Focus Films, YouTube.

The film stars Amy Adams as a woman looking for identity and meaning, struggling with a past that will not release her and a future that looks grim. Jake Gylenhaal, Michael Shannon and Aaron Taylor-Johnson round out the cast.

Related: Tom Ford Says Half His College Friends Died Of AIDS Before 1990

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Jake Gyllenhaal in “Nocturnal Animals,” via Focus Films, YouTube.

This is Ford’s sophomore effort. The famous fashion designer’s first movie, “A Single Man,” was well received. In a recent interview, Ford said the Amy Adams character was based on himself, and spoke candidly about his battles with addiction, depression and constant thoughts of death.

Watch the trailer below.


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