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Third Person Film Trailer

Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, Olivia Wilde, and James Franco star in three interconnected love stories

By Andrea Tim | Published: 18 Apr 2014

Video: Yahoo Movies

Academy Award-winning Paul Haggis' directed upcoming film Third Person, which premiered at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival.

Liam Neeson plays Michael, a writer who has a complicated relationship with his lover Anna (Olivia Wilde). Meanwhile, another woman Julia (Mila Kunis) fights for custody over her son with Rick (James Franco). Also, American businessman Sean (Adrian Brody) falls in love with a mysterious Italian woman, Monica (Moran Atias) and helps her rescue her kidnapped daughter.

While it looks like it will eventually play out into a Love Actually-esque story about the interconnected lives of separate groups of people, a small moment at 0:52 changes everything and makes us wonder if everything is just in Liam Neeson's head. But don't take our word for it; we're just trying to make sense of the frankly elusive correlation between all three plots.

We'll just settle for the appreciation of the very enchanting piano number by Dario Marianelli, who also composed for Pride & Prejudice and Atonement.

There is no word of a Malaysian release date. Puts the sad in third person for us, but we'll find a way to watch it; we just won't say how.


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