Bruce Dern Talks, Jukebox Plays "Sugar Sugar": First Clip From Alexander Payne's NEBRASKA

Peter Martin, Managing Editor

Set to premiere at Cannes ahead of its theatrical release later this year, Alexander Payne's Nebraska is sure to start the critics talking. (Twitch's Festivals Editor included it in our review of the Competition titles.)

The first clip from the film has been released, featuring Bruce Dern and Will Forte as father and son, joined by Stacy Keach as someone who appears friendly enough, before the conversation takes an unexpected turn. (Dern has won a huge prize in a sweepstakes and is on a road trip to settle up.)

And the song in the background? That's "Sugar Sugar," the 1969 bubblegum pop hit that you may be humming the rest of the day. You're welcome.

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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "The first clip from the film has been released, featuring Bruce Dern and Will Forte as father and son, joined by Stacy Keach as someone who appears friendly enough, before the conversation takes an unexpected turn. "

    I love Payne´s films....but he sure is getting darker for every year.....and this one in B&W even. Looks great though.

    "And the song in the background? That's "Sugar Sugar," the 1969 bubblegum pop hit that you may be humming the rest of the day. You're welcome."

    Ah, the Archies.....they made a lot of great songs, like this one....

    http://youtu.be/fcl_KVReNwY

    Thanks Mr Martin.

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