Trailer Bulletin: Match Point

by | October 3, 2005 | Comments

From veteran filmmaker Woody Allen comes a change of pace; "Match Point" is a romantic thriller starring Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Scarlett Johansson, and Emily Mortimer, and if curiosity is already piqued, then you’ll certainly want to check out the theatrical trailer over at the Apple Quicktime site.

"Scarlett Johansson, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode, Brian Cox, and Penelope Wilton star in "Match Point," a new dramatic thriller from writer/director Woody Allen.

"Match Point" is a drama about ambition, the seduction of wealth, love, and sexual passion. Perhaps most importantly, however, the story reveals the huge part luck plays in events, refuting the comforting misconception that more of life is under our control than really is.

Written and directed by Academy Award® winner Woody Allen, "Match Point" represents a departure for the native New Yorker, the majority of whose films lovingly depict New York and—not always so lovingly—New Yorkers. Crossing the Atlantic for the first time in his film career, Allen set "Match Point" in London, where it was also filmed."

(Thanks to for the plot synopsis!)

"Match Point" opens in limited release on December 25th, with a wider series of openings early next year.

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