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Moonrise Kingdom trailer debuts

By Lina Chan KobayashiMovies - 19 January 2012 1:53 PM | Updated 4:06 PM

Moonrise Kingdom trailer debuts

Dear Suzy here’s my plan:

To watch “Moonrise Kingdom”.

Written by Wesley ‘Wes’ Anderson and co-written by Roman Coppola, son of Francis Ford Coppola, “Moonrise Kingdom” featuring an interesting twist of events in a town.

Set in the 1960s, it’s a story of a pair of love ‘birds’ running away from their town.

This led to a search party conducted by a Sheriff and the parents of the girl, Suzy.

The trailer shows an interesting string of events showing how the two lovebirds, Sam and Suzy escape into their own adventure, one leaving her home, and the other leaving his campsite.

Escaping into the wilderness looks fun in the trailer, but a violent storm is brewing and time is against them.

The peace amongst the island community is jeopardised along the way and trouble just keeps getting out of hand.

Bruce Willis plays the Sheriff who leads the search party. Seeing him in films like “Armageddon” and “Die Hard” series, it’s hard to look at him donning a Sheriff outfit leading a search party.

With Edward Norton as the Khaki Scout troop leader, it’s going to be amusing how various groups of authorities come together to look for two young people.

The “Fantastic Mr. Fox” director, Anderson, has yet again incorporated his quirky-ness into the film.

You may recognise a few actors like Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman who starred in Anderson’s previous films.