Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Trailer: 'The End of Love' from former Philadelphian Mark Webber

Check out the first trailer from "The End of Love" by former Philly kid Mark Webber.

Trailer: 'The End of Love' from former Philadelphian Mark Webber

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"The End of Love," made by Mark Webber, with son Isaac, was present- ed at Sundance. Webber is the son of Phila. activist Cheri Honkala.
"The End of Love," made by Mark Webber, with son Isaac, was present- ed at Sundance. Webber is the son of Phila. activist Cheri Honkala. PATRICE COCHET

Check out the first trailer from "The End of Love" by former Philly kid Mark Webber. Webber, who wrote and directed "The End of Love," is the son of activist Cheri Honkala, the Green Party's 2012 nominee for vice president.

Webber, last seen in "For a Good Time Call...," is no newbie behind the camera, previously directed the Philly-set and shot indie "Explicit Ills," featuring the Roots' Black Thought among others.

"The End of Love" is about a father (Webber) whose wife suddenly passes away and is left to care for his young son (played by his own scion, Isaac). Other actors include Shannyn Sossamon, Michael Cera, Amanda Seyfried and Aubrey Plaza. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. A recent Tweet from "The End of Love" account says it will be VOD in January and hit theaters in February.

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