Liam Hemsworth Romances Kate Winslet in ‘The Dressmaker’ Trailer

Liam Hemsworth romances Kate Winslet Down Under in the first trailer for “The Dressmaker.”

The film follows Winslet, the prodigal daughter who returns to her small Australian hometown to care for her ailing mother after traveling around the globe. She begins transforming the townswomen with her dressmaking skills, but no one can look past the rumors that she murdered a young boy when she was 10 years old.

The film, directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse and based on the book by Rosalie Ham, also star Judy Davis, Hugo Weaving and Sarah Snook.

“The Dressmaker” hits theaters Oct. 22.

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  1. Ambuj Singh says:

    Kate Winslet is just amazing. she is up for her 7th Oscar nomination, either for The Dressmaker or Steve Jobs

  2. Big Shane says:

    Why do Australian actors have to be so grumpy and shout their lines at maximum volume?

  3. Mantle Head says:

    Hummm… looks good, but you don’t need the stupid subplot of having killed a boy (or whatever it is); but Aussies are so DARK!!! It makes it a morbid affair and then we’ll have the silly cliche scene where all is forgive; sure she gives a speech or something… Oscar seeking speech.

    Why can’t tell a story and not bring in death and misery: girl from outback goes to London, dresses Queen, come back to see her true love…’

    FADE OUT

    Keep it simple… why be contrived… emotional contrivance… yeah, that’s is, we’ll have her kill the boy and come back and deal with it…

    Was this a book… a ‘beloved book…’

    MAKE MOVIES NOT BOOKS!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Bill B. says:

    Looks like fun. Haven’t seen the fabulous Judy Davis in eons. I didn’t even recognize her. The parents of Chris and Liam Hemsworth sure must be lookers.

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