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New 'Prince Avalanche' Trailer: Enjoy Some Highway Maintenance That Isn't Part of Your Sentence

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David Gordon Green's first film in years to not look like a drug farce Judd Apatow illegitimately birthed in the '80s, Prince Avalanche is returning the director to both his indie roots and his days of festival acclaim, winning him the Silver Bear for Best Director at this year's Berlin International Film Festival. The dramedy stars Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch as clashing personalities stuck together doing road work on a desolate country highway. Laughter, anger, tears, stories, beers, and beauty of nature are shared. They'll learn things about each other and themselves. We will vicariously live out the universal dream of campin' with Rudd. Here's the new trailer:

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