The late James Gandolfini was involved in several film projects at the time of his death in June, and the trailer for one of them is finally here.
The latest from writer-director Nicole Holofcener, "Enough Said" stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Eva, a single mom who hits it off with Albert (Gandolfini). The two bond over their similar-aged daughters and like-minded senses of humor, and they have an easygoing, sweet relationship -- until Eva befriends her new massage client, Marianne (Catherine Keener), who just happens to be Albert's ex-wife.
Marianne continually confides in Eva about Albert's shortcomings, to the point where those flaws are all Eva can see in her new man.
"She's like a human TripAdvisor," Eva laments.
The film looks funny and frank, though it's bittersweet to see Gandolfini in what will be one of his last roles. Based on this teaser, it seems the movie will do his legacy justice.
"Enough Said" is out in limited release September 20.