[WATCH] ‘We Are Who We Are’ Trailer From HBO & Luca Guadagnino

[WATCH] 'We Are Who We Are' Trailer From HBO & Luca Guadagnino

Followers of HBO’s Euphoria gained’t see a second season anytime quickly, because it suspended manufacturing earlier this 12 months as a result of pandemic and isn’t precisely the kind of present that one can movie whereas social distancing. There’s some excellent news on the horizon, although, if you happen to don’t thoughts buying and selling glitter make-up and tears for a special sort of coming-of-age HBO present set in a dazzling, sun-soaked Italian panorama with a narrative helmed by Name Me By Your Title director Luca Guadagnino.

We Are Who We Are (which isn’t a restricted collection, as Guadagnino has left the door open for a number of seasons) will arrive in just a few quick weeks, and the brand new trailer reveals extra about Jordan Kristine Seamón’s Caitlin, an anchoring presence U.S. Military brats on a Veneto base. Jack Dylan Grazer’s Fraser has transplanted to the bottom along with his two moms (performed by Chloë Sevigny and Alice Braga), and each teenagers are grappling with id and sexuality. All of this appears like an Italian-set romance (with twists) and would possibly fire up comparisons, however Guadagnino doesn’t need that. He lately advised Selection that these ideas are barely “lazy” as a result ofCall Me By Your Name is about the past seen through the prism of a cinematic narrative and this is about the here and now. This is about the bodies and souls of now. I think they are so different.”

Duly famous. This collection additionally stars Child Cudi, in addition to Francesca Scorsese as “an outspoken, witty, sexually uninhibited girl,” in response to HBO. From the synopsis:

A narrative about two American children who dwell on a U.S. navy base in Italy, the collection explores friendship, first-love, id, and immerses the viewers in all of the messy exhilaration and anguish of being a youngster – a narrative which may occur wherever on this planet, however on this case, occurs on this little slice of America in Italy.

We Are Who We Are — which additionally stars Spence Moore II, Ben Taylor, Corey Knight, Tom Mercier and Sebastiano Pigazzi — will debut on September 14.

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