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The mom telling the son as to why he's so different from when he was a kid, and the son only saying "sorry" feels so relatable. It's those times where it's hard to explain because you know they'd overreact if you tell more.
It was quite a ride as a movie. Two people in their own bubbles, maybe narcissistic people. One won’t listen, the other one won’t see. At the end they are willing to listen, and therefore, speak. But it’s basically part of the bad parenting that exists nowadays. Specially in USA/Canada. Mexico is a lot different, doesn’t mean there are no bubbles. But USA is too shallow. Even that mom that doesn’t want his kid to go to college. Damn, that hurt really bad. It was just sad, the nerve of that woman to take his son life and make him into believe he wants that life with his dad whom is an abuser. It’s really sad and fckd up
Swear. Got into a fight with my mom about this a few weeks ago. "We used to be close!" Sorry for growing up and not needing you for every little thing anymore?? We were also never super close, so not sure where she came to that conclusion. And whenever I asked to play games or go to the park, it was always rain checked. I appreciate how much she had to work, but I was an only child with an absent father. I saw how tired she was, and inadvertently became guilty because I'm another body that requires more resources, but I had to realize I didn't ask to be born, and that she, who had me at 30 years old, should've been well aware that she didnt have the financial stability to have a child, especially with a man we with whom she fought with constantly, and with whom already had two kids from his first marriage, that he barely cared for. I learned how to be alone and be self sufficient in chores and making food, and now that I'm more of my own individual, who doesnt need her validation or attention anymore(because it was often my only source of), I'm the bad guy. Sigh.
@Sepuki Now 😢
@Joeel Gaucin Things I wish I had told my parents instead of myself.
I love seeing Alisha Boe getting high level work since 13 Reasons Why, she was honestly one of the most talented actors who worked in that show and it’s good to see her getting more roles
Jesse Eisenberg seriously doesn't get enough credit as a storyteller. He's incredibly talented. With him collaborating with A24, I'm definitely thrilled to see this.
@Steve Sherman strawman nonsense.
Yes because famous Jews with millions of dollars just don't get enough credit in Hollywood...
@Record Brokeri’m glad someone said it, lol.
How did he "collaborate" with a24? I don't think people understand what A24 does and doesn't do
@Joey Clemenza yeah
As the mother of a 14 year old boy, I can tell this movie is going to be amazing. I cried just from the trailer. I love how this is going to be from both the mom's perspective and the son's. I am an idealist and I raised my son to be one of the one's who defied the odds and used compassion to change the world. His behavior as a young child led me to create expectations. However, my teenager helped me to see that those types of expectations aren't empowering, they are crushing for him and for me. I've learned to see the things he is doing are beautiful and impactful--just in a different way than I expected. And that who I thought he was at age 6 is not who he is at age 14 and it won't be who he is at age 20. I needed to let go of the expectations and just love him unconditionally and provide advice when I have something helpful to say. And most importantly realize that I'm still changing too. The best scene in this trailer is when the mother is telling her son in the car what she had thought he was going to be, but he isn't that at all, and he says "sorry about that." He says it so genuinely it reminded me of my son. He wants to make me proud so much, but without meaning to, I was expecting near perfection. And I also relate to what the mom sees in her job. I did absolutely incredible, compassionate, life-changing things when I was a kid and a teen. But I understand now that it was because my childhood was very traumatic. My children have safe, supportive lives. So instead of focusing on how to save people and save themselves, they get to focus on exploring themselves and the world and being creative. Its amazing when some people rise to the occasion in a horrible situation and become incredible human beings that change the world. But I wouldn't wish those horrible situations on to anyone even if great things come from it. I'm glad that my children get to feel safe enough in their lives that they spend their weekends playing instead of starting groups to rescue the down-trodden like I did. I did that because I wanted to be saved and I didn't know how to do that. I want my kids to also be compassionate, so we volunteer together and have discussions about psychology and sociology.
"I did absolutely incredible, compassionate, life-changing things when I was a kid and a teen." And you're so humble too!
very good insight. thank you for sharing.
As a 17 years old teenager, I can say that this is true sometimes parents expect to much about you and I try my best, but for them is not enough, I feel bad sometimes and I say sorry for not being the son that they want
@King Kyah My dear child, Whatever you feel right now is real and I hope you find your safe place. But know this, ur Mom might do a lot of things, but the one thing she won't STOP doing ever...is love you with all her heart.
As a mom of a teenaged son this brought me to tears aged she says “ You used to be my little ally”…God, these years are hard but we’ll get through them 🤍🤍🤍. I can’t wait to see this with my son.
You've got the online shrinks battling it out over to see or not to see the movie with your boy.As a mom of a 23 year old man and a 10 year old boy, do it.See the movie with your son🤍
@L J C watching this together might be the the catalyst for having that huge conversation about fears and worries. This way, it's more likely that both parties will know what the other is taking about.
Do you HAVE to see this with your son? I just think part o that separation comes from doing some of these things apart.
I love the subtlety of her replying "No, no, I didn't say that" instead of "No, no, I don't think that," when he asks if she thinks he's stupid. Jesse Eisenberg never misses.
This actually gives me hope. You know it’s gonna be good when the trailer gets you going!
Looking forward to it! Seems like an incredible cast, and good to see Finn back
I'M SO EXCITED!!! I listened to the audible story and I loved it. I'm very curious if they'll keep the Autistic coding for the father. As an Autistic man myself I heavily identified with a lot of the father's experiences and perspectives of the world. I'm also so excited to see the complexities of the mom and the son's relationships.
Same!! I really enjoyed the audio story and i hope it can capture its same flare, but it looks brilliant!
the final minute of the trailer? Ended with me tearing up, my fucking god, I’ve always believed finn is ready for these kind of roles and with lady godess Julianne Moore? Am so ready for it. I teared up because I think this movie will hit me so deep because of my process of discovering myself and my relationship with my family that I honestly, can’t wait to cry like a little kid with this movie
A trailer is at its best when it only gives you hints. Definitely a movie that’ll be on my radar. Director? Great cast by the way. Kid from “stranger things” growing up and taking more serious roles. 🎉
I don't know why but this trailer made feel a tons of different emotions. The cast will surely give a dazzling performance and the story might bring tears to our eyes
This trailer showcases lots of different emotions. Perhaps this is why you felt tons of different emotions. Just thought I could help you figure that one out.
Trailer almost made me cry for some reason seems super relatable and highlights mental health
@mirkiekishka which one is it
@hello no way that actually happens? Fr? This movie seemed like a one with a happy ending
You know a film will be good when just the trailer moves me to tears… props to Eisenberg, Finn, Julianne Moore and the rest of the team!
@Taecyeon Howno no he’s right. People are too sensitive nowadays
@Taecyeon How don't breed 🤡
Get a grip!
@Knulling X thx knullingx4279 ill be sure to take your advice very seriously!
@Bathwater Buffalo bro why are you so pessimistic? Take a good look at yourself.
A24 is an amazing production company. Even if their movies aren't always top notch, they know how to find interesting stories and,people.
Yoooow. The color is so relaxed yet chaotic at the same time, I love it! Exciting especially that this is Jesse Eisenberg's debut film! Hope to see it soon!
i’m so proud of finn i can’t wait to see this
a24 films always know how to make a great comfort film for me and i appreciate that
They literally dont stop, hit me in the feels growing up with a single mother and being distant at times. In A24 we TRUST!
@Ted Ehioghae In mankind, science, common sense and reality we trust. Not in something as utterly divisive, xenophobic, hateful, cult-like, corruptible and broken as the concept of Religion and the inherently inane belief in a cosmic space wizard, one of a myriad of myths across a spectrum of beliefs that are all as baseless as each other.
@Nemo Error exactly lol
It also hit me in the feels. I get you dude, I also grew up with a single mother and when I went through adolescence we grew apart from each other a lot. I started liking other things, believing in what I believe. It was all too different from my mum, but then everything just fixed itself and we grew closer again. She ended up respecting everything that I am, and there will be things from her that will always stick with me.(Why are people talking about religion in a comment that doesn't have anything to do with it?)
Oh, this story is going to punch me right in the gut, and make me thank it for doing so, isn't it?
Ahhh this looks like a movie I'm gonna love, can't wait to see it!!
Fantastic! Another A24 movie for me to cry to in the theatres! :D
"You stopped being interested in anything besides your own little world.""Sorry about that"Damn that hit
Coming-of-age A24 films are unparalleled
Word. Took my date to see Hereditary before prom. We made out.
Ah yes another coming of age story about a quirky rich narcissist. So relatable
The one with the googly eyes broke me
Bro they just hit different ❤️🔥
A24 is on of the best when making a coming of age movie. Like damn, the music, and the stories. Also, I wish to see finn playing young timothy chalamet in a movie someday.
@Dan and Candy Parrott guess you are right
Chalamet is only 7 years older. He'd play his brother at best.
Damn Jesse Eisenberg…Glad to see he’s doing well directing and writing, sad not to see more of him on the screen 😅
love how the mom just left LMAO. i had a brother who'd tie us all down when getting ready but god forbid we take time ourselves, he'd throw a redpilled tantrum. i don't think i'll like the kid character, but definitely seems like a movie worth watching
this trailer has me feeling some typa way. feel like i can relate to this majorly and a lot of people can. gonna be a good movie
Seems like a pretty universal story, the generational divide between parents and their teen children who have a drastically different world view as well as all the awful emotions that come with being a teen.
Nobody said teens make the best decisions. But they definitely have their moments of wisdom. As a parent, you need to be able to trust your kid, not smother them and dictate their life. The best thing you can do for your kid is to gradually let go of control as they grow. They need freedom to explore as teens, and of course you need to keep an eye out for their safety and well-being, but it's also important to start letting them make their own decisions. It prepares them for adulthood and independence. The beauty of having a child is watching them develop into who they are over the years.
@Fer_nanda teens are morons. That’s why u need strict parents.
@Bfettrules "Because teens make the best desicions"Thats not true at all. And everyone who was a teen and was between other teens knows this perfectly xD
@phijona your late for your 10th booster
@TheFrostLeviathan if that’s what tell to sleep at night…
I love seeing so many actors from shows I used to watch. I know some of these actors are almost 30 and they're still playing at high school role, but it looks pretty good.
Coming of Age films by A24 hit different. Im glad they've incorporated the parents and their feelings in this too ❤️
You can clearly see the difference from the start and the end, how things changed. Cant wait
I’m so happy that Alisha Boe is getting out there more. I’ve always thought she had a lot of potential and talent as an actress!
"I'm right here, dude." That made me laugh out loud. 😂
Wow, Jesse Eisenberg. Really rad to see him developing in the world of film. He really is gifted. Great casting choices too.
I love Jesse, Finn and Julianna. Hope this movie will be really amazing.
@Tᴇʟᴇɢʀᴀᴍ@Nin10doland you know I was curious, are these messages actually typed by a person or is it all done by bots?
This looks absolutely 💯 like my kind of art ❤
I feel like watching this movie will hurt me because I was that age once and thought I knew everything (well I didn't know everything) and now I am older I feel like I can understand both their povs. My parents really shielded me a lot and they didn't let me do anything outside of school. I resent them so much for this because I feel like I could have done a lot given the time and energy I had. Looking back I don't think I have anything interesting that happened during my teenage years.
@Sick Sick Sick the single biggest influence on a person's brain is their teenage years. It is the formative period where your brain consolidates into who you will be for the rest of your life. It's called brain plasticity. Neuroscientists have extensive research on this. The people who raise you, the people who defined what being a human to you is when you knew nothing as a baby and as you developed as a teen, obviously play a big part in your adulthood. This is common sense.
@Elin Felicia I get you. Where my classmates probably were mentally in their first year of highschool was who I was as a freshman in college, because of how sheltered I was by my parents. I went to a religious fundamentalist school with the same 10 people for 7 years. I was fucked in terms of maturity/identity because it was literally erased out of me.You can't control the way you were raised, none of us choose it. You just have to get free any way you can, as fast as you can, so you can finally start growing up. It's OK if it's in your 20's, you'll get there someday. I did, eventually.
A line from a movie really stuck with me and sort of hits on this. "A man who has not prepared his children for his own death has failed as a father." Parents often want to shield their kids from all harms, not just to keep them from experiencing hurt or discomfort, but also to avoid dealing with those things as a parent, feeling helpless or sadness. But what your comment shows, this resentment, is a huge harm stuck in blind spot for many parents. It's important to push your kids out of their and your comfort zone, so their horizons can broaden, so they can be capable adults that don't need you.
You were raised by controlling narcissists that treated you like meat in the freezer.
@Elin Felicia I will let you in on a secret, making new friends is pretty difficult for everyone regardless of age (school is the only place its super easy) best thing to do is be active in groups, try all kinds of clubs or sports or volunteer group or training courses or whatever. Try all kinds of things, if you don't like the thing don't go back. When you do find something you are passionate about or enjoy then the like minded people you meet there have a real good shot at becoming real friends
Thank you for your work and production ! Love it ! 🇧🇪🙏
I would love to be in an A24 production like look at this artwork! I cant wait to see this :)
Tá aí. O filme que eu mais quero ver esse ano
i didnt know jesse eisenberg had taken the directorial route, and i was just recently curious what hes been up to in his career. this is great to hear and looks promising as well!
i already know this is gonna make me want to travel back in time to high school and treat my mom better
A24 really out here just delivering the goods ❤
I feel like I would've liked to see this movie a decade ago
Este trailer me gustó más de lo que creí que me iba a gustar, wow jajaja
A24 have been putting out absolute bangers and this lookslike another one. Can't wait.
A24 attacking everyone who lives with relatable eye-opening narratives, and I'm here for it
It isn't an indie movie unless there's a tiny car. 10/10 A24 nails it again
I'm so excited for this movie. I just know it's gonna make me cry.
Damn sure I will cry my heart out while watching this movie.
This might end up becoming my favorite movie of all time. Can't relate to a movie any more.
glad to see Finn is working with A24. Finn is a incredible actor, i think he'll do a good job in this too..
Okay, this looks very interesting. Can't wait to see it 👌🏻
i can tell this movies gonna make me cry.it really got me when ziggy’s dad said“Are you happy?”“I think so.”
Finn after soo long in a movie as a lead ❤️🥺 excited looking forward to this☻️
Finally!! Been waiting months for this
I don't typically put more than one comment on a video, but this was something I needed to talk about.Slight spoilers for the story.Look I get it. Ziggy is self centered, but why does everyone act like what he's doing is the worst thing in the world? He took what he loves to do and made it into a career with a consistent income. I would be so freaking proud of Ziggy if he was my son.
Vou chorar demais da conta
It's weird to see Finn and Alisha Boe play in a movie together looking around the same age when he was so young during the first years of Stranger Things while she was already playing a high schooler during 13 Reasons Why.
yeahhhh this one's gonna make me cry. I'm so excited.
I’m already sobbing and it’s just the trailer
i know it’s not subtle or anything but the irony of him opening the door when she’s in the shower right after she opened his door and he got pissed was so funny
@conrad all i know is you are a sad sad man and i’m so happy that i’m not you
@Ammar Al-Ghaib ty for the intelligent breakdown of what i was trying to say, appreciate you, this conrad is a complete degenerate and he seems to revel in it and that’s fine, good for him i guess
@conrad you my friend are completely insane and i commend you for it, caring that much over a completely simplistic thing has gotta be exhausting but you manage anyway
@conrad I like the cut of your jib, conrad. Sigma energy.
as a mother of an 18 year old son (who is awesome, and with whom I have a great relationship) this trailer about broke me down. How lost both Mother and Son feel! oof! I have been there. I'll be there again with my younger son one day too. Peace be with all those who are struggling .
Finn has talent 😊
this looks like a really good film
They had me at the first second I can't wait
"I'm right here, dude!" This line is brilliant.
just so long as they don't say "When You Finish Saving The World" in some emotional moment, this looks good.
This seems so good, I want to produce like this one day
Love Julianne moore looking forward to this
Orgulhosa de vc Finn te amo!
I'm so obssesed for Finn, i love heee
Damn I’ve been waiting for this one.
love the fact they used finn's band's song in the this
That last shot of the car cracked me up 🤣🤣🤣🤣
This vaguely reminds me of 'Vincent and the end of the world' - excited to watch!
It happens to all of us. You have to leave the nest to truly start to appreciate your parents.
A24 IS the best in the game right now honestly! I love this film studio so much; the direction of projects, the actors, the actresses, directors, writers, stylists, set producers, music supervisors-all of you are so great! If you could get a “feel-good” feeling from a movie, even if the premise is a bit melancholy, just the thought of knowing that you just came from watching a beautiful, well-executed movie should be enough to gain the support of the masses. 🏾
im crying so hard man im drifting away from my mom from my life choices and its really messing me with its the worst feelings i dont feel close with my parents as i did when i was little 😭
*This looks amazing!*
This is the most A24 film A24 has ever produced.
This looks really good 👌😊❤️
Thank you A24 for being such a reliable and consistent group of storytellers. Anytime I see that logo I know I’m in for a movie that does more than speak words and flash images. I’ve always respected Jesse Eisenberg as an actor but this looks to be where his true talent lies. This is the type of role I want to see Finn Wolfhard in, he’s a talented musician and a decent actor when he has good material and this looks like the perfect role to show the world that he’s more than Mike from Stranger Things. This trailer gave me chills and is totally relatable as I had a similar relationship with my father. Can’t wait to see this and more from A24
This looks so good, I can tell just by the trailer this is going to be heartfelt and emotional. I can't wait to see Julianne and Finn's performance together when this comes out.
this feels like a book i love it
I absolutely loved the audiobook of the same name, but this looks like Eisenberg is taking the movie in a different direction. If y’all didn’t know, the original is on Audible and it really hits you in the feels. Can’t wait!
@Endless Chaos not that I recall but the movie seems different enough that I couldn’t say for sure.
Does the kid commit suicide? I know that's a spoiler. But I don't think I can read/see another story like this.😭
@Animal finatic …yes it is 🙂
Oh wow, is it by the same name?
If A24 releases a film titlted with a sentence, you know its gonna be GOOD
A24 never misses. This one’s going to be good!
They got plenty of stinkers LOL. You cant be serious!
@MarcoAce13 We found the contrarian.
@ccshum shum Well, Maybe You (that's singular btw. Lol); maybe You can Explain the Purpose and the Point Behind uncut gems..? 😐🙌 I dunno.. ...why the Script and the Story would make one... I dunno - feel like they were soaring on the wings of eagles (or hawks)In All Sincerity Both Are Majestic.But; while I'm open to having my mind changed, the script and story of Gems is (thus far) not and is further uninspired... .Sure. Definitely. Dont watch it. As You say. With that just now being said however, why settle for garnish when there's a round meal right next to it on the same table ..(?) ... 😐
@drumbum3.14 if "your" going to confuse "they're" and "their" then dont try to use flowery language. "then don't watch them" is the most smoothbrained response you can make to someone criticising media you like. there is no component of such a response that "champions intelligence" and i shouldn't have to explain why. how many aneurysms did you have in the past year? how many times did you hit your head with a heavy object in the past day?
Half their movies are super dull.
After a long time I feel like I want to watch a movie
THIS LOOKS SO GOOD
The trailer alone got me about to cry in a random parking lot states away from where I live. Wild
Dang it! What the heck?! This isn't my style of movie! It's not even my type of genre! But here I am genuinely interested and invested.... I guess I'll watch it and be entertained. Grumble grumble. HahahahaLooks good
ive been in need of a new finn film
A24 love getting famous actors/comedians/etc. to have there debut with them.
i can see how jesse eisenberg and finn wolfhard linked to each other😂
This may be a film that just came at the perfect time... Please be good!😫
I was waiting so long for this film
A24 = Quality Cinema