How can you help but be excited about a movie when even it’s individual pieces of marketing are itty-bitty works of art all on their own? From the original teaser to this final trailer, each look at the film has been unique, set its own tone, and presented a crop of images that let us into a different strand of energy or thought on which the film is built.

I’m on an “only once” diet of trailers for movies of this sort, and I’m definitely avoiding reviews from all the lucky sumbitches that have caught this at one of PTA’s screenings already. I’m still crossing my fingers for 70mm here in GA but, one way or another, I’ve just gotta get this thing inside of me.