Some Girl(s) has been adapted from Neil LaBute‘s play of the same, awkward name by LaBute himself and director Daisy von Scherler Mayer.
The play belongs right there on the Shape of Things, Company of Men side of the LaBute ledger, not in the Wicker Man column, and written in blood-red ink. It’s sharp and it’s funny and it’s full-on.
Below are six character posters, courtesy of Indiewire. You’ll see Adam Brody as Guy, and the women he meets when, during the advent of his wedding, he hops from hotel room to hotel room, here and there across the US, trying to lay to rest the ghosts of his past.
Some great players there.
The set design of the play was something of a joke, being an anonymous hotel room that barely changed from scene to scene as Guy travels state to state. I do wonder what visual approach Scherler Mayer will take.
The film will premiere at SXSW. A trailer is very possibly imminent too.
UPDATE: And here’s a pair of clips I picked up at The Playlist.
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