IFC Midnight has debuted a trailer for "One & Two," a decidedly different take on a super-power drama.
The directorial debut of cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo, the film stars Kiernan Shipka ("Mad Men") and Timothée Chalamet ("Interstellar," "Homeland") as siblings with emerging supernatural abilities who seek to escape their life on an isolated North Carolina farm, where they're kept under the watchful eye of their father.
The film premieres Aug. 14 in select theaters and on demand.
In the confines of their isolated world, Zac and Eva (Timothée Chalamet of "Homeland" and Kiernan Shipka of "Mad Men") live under the constant watch of a father (Grant Bowler, "True Blood") that rules with strict routine and discipline. They live for nightfall -- for moments of escape -- and rely on each other for moments of levity.
After a long dormant illness returns, their mother (Elizabeth Reaser, THE TWILIGHT SAGA), once a beacon of light and joy, struggles to unite the family in an increasingly somber home. As their father searches for a divine answer to the heartbreaking circumstances of his crumbling world, Zac and Eva steal moments to explore burgeoning otherworldly abilities and to dream of a life free of limitations.