"Room" Exclusive Clip: "That's Us"
If your entire life consisted of one 10-foot-by-10-foot room, how would you adjust to the outside world? The movie "Room," based on the best-selling novel by Emma Donoghue, has already won critical acclaim and film festival audience awards, and it's finally hitting wide release this Friday, November 6.

This exclusive clip from the movie features Brie Larson's Joy, aka "Ma," and her 5-year-old son, Jack (Jacob Tremblay). Seven years ago, Joy was tricked by a man called Old Nick and kidnapped, brought to a shed she just calls "Room." This is the only world Jack has ever known, but when he and Ma escape Room, they still have to face the culture shock of the real world.

The scene shows Ma and Jack in their first post-Room bathroom visit, which may not sound like a major event, but it's all new to Jack. You can tell from Ma's attire and wristband that they're in a hospital. Mirrors and showers are foreign to Jack, and in this touching scene, Ma shows him their reflections. "That's us." Jack is more concerned with Old Nick than his own appearance, asking, "Ma, will he find us?" Ma looks him in the eye and promises, "No, he will never find us."

That poor sweet little boy, and his incredibly brave mother. This is going to be a beautiful heartbreaker, and we can't wait to see it play out on the big screen. In addition to young Jacob Tremblay and the amazing Brie Larson, who is already a lock for awards season, "Room" stars Sean Bridgers, Joan Allen, and William H. Macy.room 2015 exclusive clipWant more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook.
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