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“It’s how you fight is all that counts at the Donnybrook…” IFC Films has debuted the first official trailer for an indie fight drama titled Donnybrook, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and Fantastic Fest last year. This is the latest feature made by indie filmmaker Tim Stutton, of the films Pavilion, Memphis, and Dark Knight. It’s about “three desperate souls” who must fight their way out of a dead-end world in this “bracing, gut-punching glimpse into America’s dark underbelly.
Two men prepare to compete in a legendary bare-knuckle fight where the winner gets a $100,000 prize. Starring Jamie Bell as Earl, along with Frank Gillo, Margaret Qualley, James Badge Dale, Chris Browning, Adam Bartley, and Pat Healy. If you’re already a fan of Sutton’s low key films, then you know what you’re getting into, but it really looks like he’s kicking things up a notch and going more “epic” as one of the quotes in this trailer says.
Worth a watch.Three desperate souls must fight their way out of a dead-end world in this bracing, gut-punching glimpse into America’s dark underbelly. Earl (Jamie Bell) is a struggling ex-marine and father determined to make a better life for his family—no matter what it takes. Angus (Frank Grillo) is a violent, unhinged drug dealer who leaves a trail of death and destruction in his wake. And Delia (Margaret Qualley) is a haunted woman who will do anything to escape a life of crime she can no longer bear.
In their kill-or-be-killed world, all roads lead to the Donnybrook: an illicit backwoods cage match where bare-knuckled fighters brawl for a shot at a $100,000 prize. It’s either a last-ditch chance at redemption—or a death sentence. Blending unflinching brutality with dreamlike lyricism, director Tim Sutton conjures a mesmerizing, visceral vision of life on the extreme margins. Donnybrook is written and directed by filmmaker Tim Sutton, director of the films Pavilion, Memphis, and Dark Knight previously.
Based on the novel by Frank Bill. This premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and Fantastic Fest last year. IFC Films will release Sutton’s Donnybrook in select theaters starting February 15th, then on VOD starting February 22nd. Who’s in?Survival of the fittest. Charles Darwin’s theory that only the strong make it to the break of day lies at the cynical heart of Tim Sutton’s Donnybrook, which got a fresh trailer today three weeks ahead of its release. Just enough time to wrap your hands, stretch your conscience out, and get ready for the first must-see film of 2019.Adapted from the pulpy gravel road mind of author Frank Bill, Donnybrook explores a rugged part of Indiana where a bare-knuckle tournament awards one bloody victor with $100,000. For veteran Jarhead Earl, that’s not just a ticket out of town, but a new lease on life. All he has to do is sift through the corrupt town and get by the devilish clutch of Chainsaw Angus, a drug kingpin with sinister ways that usually leave adversaries cold and full of dirt.
The trailer cuts a desolate tone, opening with Earl walking into a caged off room with several other fighters enclosed, setting up to have an all out brawl. You see, this isn’t the kind of tournament where two fighters get into a ring and throw punches. The entire group gets in at once and only one stands in the end. Bell’s rugged yet scrappy look pales in comparison to others, but that’s the point. He’s a man out of time trying to make things right. As Earl’s family member tells him on the river, it all comes down to how you fight at the Donnybrook.When someone asks Earl what happens if he loses, his reply is succinct and quick: “I can’t lose.” The desperation in his voice fuels his desire to win. The same could be said for everyone in Sutton’s world. People desperate to get to the next day, even if it means climbing on top of ten others.
Grillo’s Angus walks through the trailer like the Grim Reaper of the South, killing people with guns, needles, and whatever else he can find. Angus’ sister, Delia (Margaret Qualley), has sworn by him for years, even though their relationship revolves around sexual abuse, violence, and all-around slavery. Midway through the trailer, he asks Earl if she can tag along with him.
James Badge Dale’s cop may wear the badge and aim to keep the peace, but he seems to be carrying a wistful ounce of contempt and reality, saying the world is one big lost soul not worth saving. He’s sawing off a shotgun, and looks to be going up against Angus in one scene.
The 150 minute clip is soaked in darkness and grim pictures. Sutton seems to have taken Bill’s words and championed them instead of merely recycling them. Sutton’s visual palette here is similar to the one he employed in Memphis and Dark Night. The filmmaker is drawn to the land of the unfortunate beasts who yearn for survival against the worst odds.
It’ll all come down to Earl and Angus going head to head, as the final 30 seconds of the trailer, tuned to the National Anthem which is sang before the brawl begins, shows Grillo’s antagonist staring down Earl across the cage. A collision course marked in blood.
Say hello to the grass roots version of Fight Club. If you like graphic novels with a vengeful heart, you’ll like Donnybrook. You got some No Country For Old Men vibes mixing in with Out of The Furnace flavors. Throughout it all, Sutton’s film cuts its own tone. The trailer assures you of one thing: no matter who wins, no one makes it out alive.
Grillo gets to break bad in a real way, and show a side of his persona few of his fans have seen before. Angus would eat Brock Rumlow for breakfast. Along with raves about the work of the cast, the film won Best Picture at Fantastic Fest.
In life, none of us do. That’s the the backbone of Bill’s novel. Life is like a heart: a clinched fist covered in blood. Are you ready for the Donnybrook? I am.
If you look up Donnybrook in the dictionary, here’s what it’ll say: a scene of uproar and disorder.
This February, movie audiences get a full serving.