Laia Costa Thomas Mann in Trailer for Romantic Hiking Film ‘Maine’
“I don’t know, I’ve never felt like that…” Orion Pictures has expelled an central trailer for an indie regretful play patrician Maine, that premiered during a Tribeca Film Festival progressing this year. While solo thru-hiking a Appalachian Trail, a married lady from Spain’s tour to retrieve her temperament becomes sidetracked when a sole American hiker pursues her. Laia Costa (from Victoria, Newness, Life Itself) stars in a film, with Thomas Mann, and a tiny expel including Pete Burris, Jeremy DeCarlos, Pat Dortch, Yossie Mulyadi, and executive Matthew Brown. we utterly like this trailer, it’s a bit radical and rags a footage together in an engaging way. This intrigue story isn’t new, though it is always heart-wrenching to see.
Here’s a initial central trailer (+ poster) for Matthew Brown’s Maine, approach from YouTube:
A married Spanish lady named Bluebird (Laia Costa) attempts to travel a whole Appalachian Trail solo in sequence to find clarity, though her waste is interrupted by a immature American hiker (Thomas Mann). The span rise an regretful and regretful tie while roving together, though Bluebird eventually contingency face a route and her possess feelings alone. Maine is both created and destined by immature American filmmaker Matthew Brown, creation his second underline film after directing In a Treetops in 2015 previously. This premiered during a Tribeca Film Festival progressing this year, and hasn’t played many other fests. Orion Classics will recover Brown’s Maine in name theaters + on VOD starting December 14th this fall. Who’s intrigued?