WIND RIVER (2017): Movie Trailer 2: Jeremy Renner & Elizabeth Olsen Investigate A Murder On An Indian Reservation

Wind River Trailer 2

The second movie trailer for Wind River (2017) from The Weinstein Company. Amidst the barrage of superhero movies and summer comedies it’s nice to see a promising police procedural like Wind River on the horizon. This isn’t meant to necessarily disparage either of the aforementioned types of films, it’s just that with so many coming out in relatively rapid succession the trailer for River comes across as a breath of fresh air.

Unlike many trailers out right now, this one does an excellent job of letting viewers in on the story without giving too much away. The first minute or so is allocated to introducing us to the characters, setting, and plot. Elizabeth Olsen is a rookie FBI agent sent to investigate a murder on an Indian reservation, where she is compelled to enlist the services of a local hunter played by Jeremy Renner. Set against the poverty and inhospitable climate of the reservation, the movie will put Olsen’s character to the test as she dives into a case that may very well break her before her career with the bureau starts. The slow, careful transitions of the trailer’s quiet first half contrast, but not in a bad way, with the quick cuts of the second, more intense half, giving the promo a sense of momentum that I hope carries over to the film itself.

Taylor Sheridan‘s Wind River (2017) also stars Jon Bernthal, Martin Sensmeier, Gil Birmingham, Graham Greene, Kelsey Asbille, Julia Jones, Ian Bohen, Matthew Del Negro, Hugh Dillon, Eric Lange, Tantoo Cardinal, Tokala Clifford, and Tara Karsian.

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