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The Supernova trailer follows Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci as a gay couple revisiting their past



Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci play a gay couple who try to visit places from their past … when it comes to dementia at the beginning of the first trailer for Supernova.

Firth, 69, and Tucci, 59, play Sam and Tusker, who have been together for over 20 years, with Tusker diagnosed with early dementia two years ago.

They travel across England in an old motorhome and visit friends, family and places from their past when their relationship is tested in the trailer via Variety.

The first trailer: Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci play a gay couple trying to visit places from their past ... because it's about dementia at the beginning of the first trailer for Supernova

First trailer: Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci play a gay couple trying to visit places from their past … because it’s about early dementia in the first trailer for Supernova

Dementia: Firth, 69, and Tucci, 59, play Sam and Tusker, who have been together for over 20 years, with Tusker diagnosed with early dementia two years ago

Dementia: Firth, 69, and Tucci, 59, play Sam and Tusker, who have been together for over 20 years, with Tusker diagnosed with early dementia two years ago

The trailer opens with Sam and Tusker in bed, with Tusker pointing above them and saying, “You have to find the three brightest lights there, which make the triangle.”

We see them looking at a celestial chart above them, as Tusker explains, “And that’s where the Milky Way is.”

Tusker is then seen driving the couple’s old motorhome and telling his partner Sam, ‘It feels good to be back on the road again, don’t you think?

Stars: The trailer opens with Sam and Tusker in bed, with Tusker pointing above them and saying,

Stars: The trailer opens with Sam and Tusker in bed, with Tusker pointing above them and saying, “You have to find the three brightest lights there, which make the triangle.”

‘But how about just exploring the outer regions in fifth gear?’ Tusker asks, which makes Sam laugh next to him.

They arrive at their destination and are greeted by some friendly faces, but Sam has a surprise party planned for Tusker, with Sam adding, “I thought we were going to have a party.”

Later, they lie in a very small bed, where Tusker claims that he is “on the edge” but Sam falls off the bed and makes Tusker laugh through his hands.

Surprise: They arrive at their destination and are greeted by some friendly faces, but Sam has a surprise party planned for Tusker, with Sam adding:

Surprise: They arrive at their destination and are greeted by some friendly faces, but Sam has a surprise party planned for Tusker, with Sam adding:

Surprise: They arrive at their destination and are greeted by some friendly faces, but Sam has a surprise party planned for Tusker, with Sam adding: “I thought we would have a party”

Tusker asks Sam if he had ‘a wish in the world, what would it be?’ and Sam says, “I wish this vacation would not end.”

Tusker asks Sam: ‘Can you say it has gotten worse?’ referring to his dementia, even if Sam does not respond.

During a family dinner, Tusker stands up and says he wants to give a speech, but after looking over it, he decides to let Sam do it for him.

Vacation: Tusker asks Sam if he had

Vacation: Tusker asks Sam if he had

Vacation: Tusker asks Sam if he had “a wish in the world, what would it be?” and Sam says, “I wish this vacation would not end”

Family Dinner: During a family dinner, Tusker stands up and says he wants to give a speech, but after looking over it, he decides to let Sam do it for him.

Sam reads that Tusker “is slowly losing my ability to remember” and added that he “definitely would not be here if it were not for this man next to me.”

Tusker tells Sam as he leans on his shoulder that he wants to be remembered, ‘for who I am, not who I will be.’

Tusker tells Sam that it is not “fair for you” to have to go through all this with him, but Sam insists, “it’s not about fair, it’s about love. I want to see this through you, to the end. ‘

Remember;  Tusker tells Sam, as he leans on his shoulder, that he wants to be remembered, 'for who I am, not who I will be'

Remember; Tusker tells Sam, as he leans on his shoulder, that he wants to be remembered, ‘for who I am, not who I will be’

The trailer rolls down with a series of pictures that show that Sam tends towards Tusker when his dementia gets worse.

Tusker is heard in a voice over saying, ‘A wise man once said that we will not starve due to lack of miracles, but from lack of wonder’ when the trailer ends.

The film has its world premiere at the San Sebastián International Film Festival on September 24, and the British premiere will take place at the BFI London Film Festival on October 11.

Worse: the trailer rolls down with a series of shots showing that Sam tends towards Tusker when his dementia gets worse

Worse: the trailer rolls down with a series of shots showing that Sam tends towards Tusker when his dementia gets worse

Wise man: Tusker is heard with a voice and says: 'A wise man once said that we will not starve due to lack of wonder, but from lack of wonder' when the trailer ends

Wise man: Tusker is heard with a voice and says: ‘A wise man once said that we will not starve due to lack of wonder, but from lack of wonder’ when the trailer ends

Premiere: The film has its world premiere at the San Sebastián International Film Festival on September 24, with the British premiere at the BFI London Film Festival on October 11

Premiere: The film has its world premiere at the San Sebastián International Film Festival on September 24, and the British premiere will take place at the BFI London Film Festival on October 11.


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