Watch: First Trailer for Julianne Moore’s ‘Still Alice’

Watch: 'Still Alice' Trailer Starring Julianne

Sony Classics has released the first trailer for Julianne Moore’s drama “Still Alice,” five weeks before its wide release.

Moore portrays a linguistics professor who’s diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s.

“I can see the words hanging in front of me and I can’t reach them and I don’t know who I am,” she explains to her daughter, played by Kristen Stewart.

“Still Alice” is receiving a one-week qualifying run in Los Angeles. The movie, written and directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, also stars Alec Baldwin and Kate Bosworth.

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  1. Stergios says:

    Julianne Moore is one of those actresses who really honor the art of film with their presence every time they decide to act. Her skills, her versatility, her apparent limitless emotional depth and her constant desire to defy audience’s expectations of her make her an example of such towering brilliance in acting that it’s simply overwhelming. She’ll be an absolutely worthy winner come February 22, 2015. She elevates the whole film with a performance of heartbreaking emotional power and makes the story of Dr. Alice Howland stay in your mind long after the credits roll.

  2. I’ve only watched this trailer and already couldn’t contain my tears from falling. I can’t imagine how I would survive the whole movie without sobbing through it. OTOH…I’ve watched Cloud Of Sil Maria on tv the other day and I can say that Kristen Stewart is a very talented actress though it’s not really a surprise to me. Can’t wait to watch this!

  3. Natt T. says:

    Still Alice really can hit home with a lot of people as I had a late grandmother who had alziehmers for over 15 yrs before she passed at the age of 92 I am planning to see this movie when it comes out.

  4. Still Alice looks very touching.

  5. Carin Leisure says:

    I read the story and I know that this one will be hard to watch. But, I can’t wait to see and experience the story. Excellent project ladies!

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