New Trailer for “The Public” Released
Another Official Trailer for Emilio Estevez’s Library Drama ‘The Public’
“They’re not coming out of there unless we make them.” Universal has released a new official trailer for the indie drama The Public, the latest film written & directed by Emilio Estevez. This played at the Toronto Film Festival and is finally getting a release in April, even though the first trailer debuted more than a year ago. The title is a reference to a public library in Cincinnati. When an Arctic cold freezes the city, a group of homeless people decide to hold an “occupy” movement and camp out in the library. On top of writing and directing, Estevez also stars as one of the managers. The ensemble cast features Jena Malone, Christian Slater, Alec Baldwin, Taylor Schilling, Gabrielle Union, Michael Kenneth Williams, Jeffrey Wright, Ki Hong Lee, Richard T. Jones, and Jacob Vargas. From the early festival reviews, I’ve heard this is a very moving, captivating film about modern society, and people we often don’t think much about.
Here’s the newest trailer (+ official poster) for Emilio Estevez’s The Public, direct from YouTube:
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