Any trailer that opens up with a girl taking her clothes off is fine by me. Cinematical has just received the exclusive poster (click on the image for a larger version) and trailer (see video below) for Adam Rifkin's (Detroit Rock City) new drama Look, which has taken the festival circuit by storm -- winning the Grand Jury Prize at CineVegas earlier this year. Capitalizing on the fear that we're always being watched, Look is shot entirely from the point of view of security cameras as it presents to us several interweaving storylines over the course of a random week in a random city.
Here's a bit more from the synopsis, which can be found on the film's official website: "A high school English teacher tries his best to be a decent husband, a department store floor manager uses the warehouse for more than just storage, a Mini-Mart clerk has big dreams, a lawyer struggles with a sexual dilemma and sociopathic brothers ruin the day of random strangers they come in contact with. LOOK tells five private stories which unfold before the prying eye of the covert camera to chilling effect." Fade In magazine has already put Look on its Oscar Watch list, claiming Rifkin deserves nods for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. The film is set to open up in limited release on December 14, and it's definitely garnered my interest. (Although I feel bad for the person who has to watch my fat ass undress in The Gap fitting rooms. Talk about losing your lunch ...). Check out the poster above and the trailer below. Enjoy!