The Seven Faces of Jane Trailer and Release Date Unveiled

The Seven Faces of Jane, an independent movie starring Gillian Jacobs, has released its official trailer. The experimental movie is being hailed as a first of its kind because it was helmed by eight different people, including Jacobs.

The road trip movie is based on the idea of the “exquisite corpse” game, which switches the director in charge of the tale from one specific moment to the next. The director, however, is unaware of how the story was developed before it was given to them. Continue reading to see the trailer and learn more about this unusual movie.

The Seven Faces of Jane Trailer and Release Date

In the teaser, Jane is seen leaving her kid off at a sleepaway camp before deciding to leave her routine and uninteresting existence behind. She takes a road journey, encounters many people and events, and comes to terms with several selves.

On January 13, 2023, The Seven Faces of Jane will be shown in a few theatres. the trailer is below.

The innovative notion appears to be exciting viewers, and many are expressing this excitement in their comments. “Ahhhhhhh!! I’m really excited to watch this! I’m really happy to see Ken Jeong directing, along with o ther people like Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs! This is going to be fantastic,” an admirer wrote.

The Film is Based on the ‘Exquisite Corpse’ Game Concept

Jane (Gillian Jacobs) drives away from her ordinary existence and embarks on an exhilarating voyage on the road after dropping her daughter off at a sleepaway camp, according to the official synopsis of the movie.

“Jane’s challenges, connections, and moments were made by playing an exquisite corpse game, a technique for making art by bringing together disparate elements to form a whole.” French surrealists invented the idea, in which one person penned a sentence fragment and the next person filled it in with their own imagination.

“Each filmmaker operated from the story’s initial premise, with a few ground rules, but the genre, tone, speed, new characters, and any other narrative specifics were entirely at their own discretion,” the concept reads.

“They worked independently without being aware of what the other directors were doing, and they were encouraged to express their distinct vision, creative energy, and directing style. Then, each section of Jane’s adventure was pieced together to create a single, full-length feature film,” it adds.

The Seven Faces of Jane has been Directed by Eight Directors

Julian Acosta, Xan Cassavetes, Gia Coppola, Alex Takacs, Ryan Heffington, Gillian Jacobs, Ken Jeong, and Boma Iluma are among the project’s directors. Anthony Skordi, Chido Nwokocha, Breeda Wool, Sybil Azur, Emanuela Postacchini, Soledad St. Hilaire, Joni Reiss, Daniela Hernandez, and Joel Mchale also appear in the movie in addition to Jacobs.

Jason Baum, Sarah Park, Luke Ricci, and Allison Amon are among the producers. The executive producers are Chris Chang, Jordan Weisman, Duffy Culligan, Alessandro Uzielli, and Tara Schaeffer. Six editors, including Peter Cabada Hagan, Niles Howard, Scott Hanson, Michael Wolfe, Armen Harootun, and Jacob Mendel, collaborated on the movie.

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