Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh Shine in "We Live In Time" Official Trailer

Aiden Starling

Updated Thursday, July 11, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

A24 has just dropped the official trailer for the much-anticipated film "We Live In Time," directed by John Crowley. Starring Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh, this movie is set to hit theaters in the fall of 2024.

The trailer opens with an intriguing and emotional conversation, hinting at the complex relationships that lie at the heart of the story. The dialogue begins with a tender moment between parents and their child, setting the tone for a narrative that promises both depth and sentiment. Andrew Garfield's character, Tobias, and Florence Pugh's character, Alma, share a captivating on-screen chemistry that is sure to draw audiences in.

In a series of fragmented yet compelling scenes, we see Alma and Tobias navigate the ups and downs of their relationship. A memorable moment occurs when Alma reveals she accidentally ran Tobias over, leading to an unexpectedly charming introduction. The trailer hints at a blend of humor and drama, as the characters embark on a journey to ensure they "have the time of their life."

The story doesn't shy away from exploring serious themes, such as the fear of being forgotten and the importance of living in the moment. Lines like "the clock is ticking" and "I'm worried there's a very distinct and real possibility that I am about to fall in love with you" offer glimpses into the emotional stakes of the film.

John Crowley's direction, coupled with the stellar performances of Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh, is poised to make "We Live In Time" a standout film this fall. The trailer leaves viewers with a sense of anticipation, eager to see how the narrative unfolds.

For fans eager to stay updated, follow "We Live In Time" on Instagram, Facebook, and X. Watch the full trailer now and prepare to be swept away by this touching and thought-provoking film.

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