See the Neo-Noar Looking Trailer for ‘The Lady in the Car with Glasses’

Magnolia Pictures has released a new trailer for The Lady in the Car with Glasses, a 70s-influenced thriller/mystery film with overly long and descriptive title.

Directed by French comic book artist Joann Sfar, the latest French-Belgian remake based on the novel by Sebastien Japrisot stars Freya Mavor (Sunshine on Leith), Stacy Martin (Nymphomaniac), Elio Germano and Benjamin Biolay.

The story centers on Dany Doremus (Mayor) who takes her boss’s car for a joyride on an alluring adventure, only to find herself implicated in a crime when people seemingly recognize her, although she claims she’s never been in the town before.

The Lady in the Car with Glasses (La Dame dans l’Auto avec des lunettes et un fusil) is slated for release in the U.S. on December 18. Check out the preview after the jump. It’s a stunning peek at the noir thriller, which looks to be both artsy and gritty.

The Lady in the Car, you has my curiosity. They also brought some amazing music throughout the trailer. I hope the movie is as good as this trailer.

Starring Freya Mavor

Our beautiful, perplexing and headstrong heroine struggles with her sanity when an impromptu trip to the seaside turns into a crazy nightmare.
She’s the most beautiful, most short-sighted, most sentimental, most perplexing, most obstinate, most untrustworthy and most troubling of heroines. The lady in the car has never seen the sea. On the run from the police, she keeps telling herself that she’s not crazy.