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SHELTER (2014) Movie Trailer: Jennifer Connelly is Homeless & In Love in NYC

Jennifer Connelly Shelter

Shelter Trailer. Paul Bettany‘s Shelter (2014) movie trailer stars Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Mackie, Amy Hargreaves, Bruce Altman, and Babs Olusanmokun. Shelter‘s plot synopsis: “Hannah (Jennifer Connelly) has done terrible things but she hasn’t lost hope. Having succumbed to a shattering drug addiction, she now seeks shelter on the streets of New York. Tahir (Anthony Mackie) has done terrible things, too, although he is more secretive about his past. They find each other in Manhattan, but this is a different kind of New York love story.”

More on the plot of Shelter:

More Cassavetes than Woody Allen, Shelter follows Hannah and Tahir as they push through the despair, the dangers, and the doubts rising up around them. What little shelter they can scrounge in this sometimes-ruthless city is fleeting and risky — finding a place to sleep out of the cold means trusting strangers who could easily take advantage. Trying to build and keep a relationship is that much harder when every impulse says it’s easier to be alone, and safer too. But whether she likes it or not, Hannah will need Tahir to help her kick her habit. And he’s in need of his own salvation.

Shelter also stars Rob Morgan, Jean-François Ogoubiyi, Alok Tewari, Andrew Polk, Scott Johnsen, Paul Urcioli, Teddy Cañez, Blanca Camacho, and Uzimann.

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