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Prince Avalanche - Theatrical Poster - Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures

Magnolia Pictures Releases Prince Avalanche Featurette

Prince Avalanche - Theatrical Poster - Courtesy of Magnolia PicturesMagnolia Pictures has released a featurette for their upcoming comedy Prince Avalanche.The film is directed by  and stars , and Prince Avalanche was released in a limited capacity on August 9th.

An odd couple of sorts, meditative and stern Alvin (Rudd) and his girlfriend’s brother, Lance (Hirsch), dopey and insecure, leave the city behind to spend the summer in solitude repainting traffic lines down the center of a country highway ravaged by wildfire. As they sink into their job in the remarkable landscape, they learn more than they want to about each other and their own limitations. An unlikely friendship develops through humor and nasty exchanges, leading to surprising affection. Adapted from Icelandic film Either Way by Prince Avalanche is driven by wonderful performances by Rudd, Hirsch, and LeGault. Writer/director Green gets back to his independent roots with this character study, which shows his knack for realistically capturing people and finding meaning in their lives and dreams.

Featurette for the film Prince Avalanche  courtesy of Movie Clips Coming Soon

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Source: Magnolia Pictures

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