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Watch: Joel Edgerton and Teresa Palmer See Their Vacation Take a Turn for the Worst in 'Wish You Were Here' Trailer

By Mark Lukenbill | Indiewire March 28, 2013 at 12:19PM

Australian film collective Blue-Tongue Films has given rise to some pretty serious film talents over the last decade such as "Animal Kingdom"'s David Michod and "Hesher"'s Spencer Susser, as well as giving on screen talent like brothers Joel and Nash Edgerton (who also directed "The Square") and Mia Wasikowska their breakthrough roles. Apparently there's even more talent to be mined from Blue-Tongue, as the trailer from the collective's newest feature, the Sundance thriller "Wish You Were Here" showcases a promising start from first-time feature director Kieran Darcy-Smith.
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Wish You Were Here

Australian film collective Blue-Tongue Films has given rise to some pretty serious film talents over the last decade such as "Animal Kingdom"'s David Michod and "Hesher"'s Spencer Susser, as well as giving on screen talent like brothers Joel and Nash Edgerton (who also directed "The Square") and Mia Wasikowska their breakthrough roles. Apparently there's even more talent to be mined from Blue-Tongue, as the trailer from the collective's newest feature, the Sundance thriller "Wish You Were Here" showcases a promising start from first-time feature director Kieran Darcy-Smith.

The film starts Joel Edgerton and rising star Teresa Palmer (who starred in Nash's short "Bear" earlier this year) as half of a quartet of friends whose Cambodian vacation takes a dark turn. The film earned a slew of awards from its native Australian Film Institute and opens stateside on June 7th from distributor Entertainment One.

You can check out the new trailer courtesy of The Playlist below.


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