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Forty years after Kramer vs. Kramer took two of the most intense actors in Hollywood (Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman) and pitted them against each other in the story of a marriage gone south, writer-director Noah Baumbach has put his own imprint on the divorce genre with Marriage Story starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver.
Set to debut on Netflix and in select theaters this fall following a festival-circuit run through Venice, Toronto, and New York, Marriage Story "is a love story that reveals itself within the breakdown," said Baumbach in a statement on Tuesday, released in conjunction with the film's initial two trailers, each told from the perspective of the central couple. "With these companion trailers, I wanted to show the relationship through the eyes of both characters. There are many sides to every story, and the movie embraces these different viewpoints in order to find the shared truth."
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A child of divorce himself, Baumbach has tackled the topic in his work before, most notably in The Squid and the Whale, which offered a semi-autobiographical take on his own life and his parents' marriage. That same eye for the personal has carried over to Marriage Story, which stars Driver as Charlie, a theater director, and Johansson as Nicole, an actress and his main...
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