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Margaret Qualley & Sigourney Weaver Lead the New Trailer for My Salinger Year

Margaret Qualley & Sigourney Weaver Lead the New Trailer for My Salinger Year

Opening the Berlinale Film Festival about a year ago when the world was in a much different state, Philippe Falardeau’s My Salinger Year follows Margaret Qualley and Sigourney Weaver in the literary world of New York City in the 1990s working for the literary agency that oversees J.D. Salinger’s works. Picked up by IFC Films for a U.S. release, it’ll now arrive this March and the new trailer and poster have arrived.

Leonardo Goi said in our Berlinale review, “Based on Joanna Rakoff’s 2014 acclaimed memoir and adapted for the screen by Falardeau himself, Salinger tips its hat to a pantheon of New York-based portraits of young women struggling to find their bearings in the Big City. Played by Margaret Qualley, Joanna fumbles into Falardeau’s universe as a distant cousin of Greta Gerwig’s Frances Ha or Melanie Mayron’s Susan in Girlfriends (1978). But Salinger

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