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THE TICKET (2016) Movie Trailer: Dan Stevens Regains His Vision & Loses Sight of Everything

Dan Stevens The Ticket

The Ticket Trailer

Ido Fluk‘s The Ticket (2016) stars Dan Stevens, Malin Akerman, Kerry Bishé, Oliver Platt, and Liza J. Bennett. The Ticket‘s plot synopsis: “A blind man who regains his vision finds himself becoming metaphorically blinded by his obsession for the superficial.”

The Ticket is one tragic tale. The trailer for the film is an instance of a movie studio spoiling most of the major plot points in a trailer. This trailer must have given away the major moments from all three acts of the film. With how well this film has already been received on the film festival circuit, this desperate ploy did not seem to be necessary. One would think that the producers of this film would actually want to surprise the viewer with how its narrative unfolds instead of telling them exactly how it unfolds in under two minutes.

All that being said, The Ticket looks very good with strong performances by Dan Stevens, Malin Akerman, and Oliver Platt. During the third act of this film (obnoxiously spoiled in this trailer), everything seems to come to a head. I am looking forward to watching The Ticket, especially after seeing the first season of The OA.

The Ticket also stars Peter Mark Kendall, Ekaterina Samsonov, Skylar Gaertner, Bettina Skye, Sal Rendino, Ron Simons, Richard Lounello, and Lora Lee Ecobelli.

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The Ticket Trailer

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