I saw Jindabyne at the Telluride Film Festival last year, and it is an artfully made, albeit somewhat dark, movie. The film is about what happens when a group of men in Australia go on a fishing trip to a remote mountain river, find the body of a dead girl there, and tether her body to a tree in the river so they can finish their fishing trip, rather than immediately calling the police. This decision has tremendous ramifications for the men, tearing apart their small town, their families, and their friendship. Laura Linney and Gabriel Byrne both turn in brilliant performances in the film, which was adapted from a Raymond Carver short story and directed by Ray Lawrence.

Jindabyne doesn't officially open (in limited release) until April 27, but you can still get geared up about it. Sony Pictures Classics has released a trailer for the film, which you can find at the links below. You can also read the review of the Jindabyne from Telluride, and check out our video interview with Laura Linney about the film.

Jindabyne official trailer:


WINDOWS MEDIA
www.sonypictures.com/classics/syndication/trailers/jindabyne/jindabyne_high.asx
www.sonypictures.com/classics/syndication/trailers/jindabyne/jindabyne_low.asx

REAL PLAYER
www.sonypictures.com/classics/syndication/trailers/jindabyne/jindabyne_high.ram
www.sonypictures.com/classics/syndication/trailers/jindabyne/jindabyne_low.ram

QUICKTIME
www.sonypictures.com/classics/syndication/trailers/jindabyne/Jindabyne_Trlr_300.mov
www.sonypictures.com/classics/syndication/trailers/jindabyne/Jindabyne_Trlr_56.mov