Look at the dreadlocks and the snow and the weird words about space and, glug, boating! While the play was well-reviewed back in 2007, this movie just seems a bit... full. Full of that pop-mystical New York wistiness that's begun to seem a bit dated all of a sudden. Amy Ryan is never not fantastic, and the same goes for Hoffman. And John Ortiz is a reliably powerful stage performer who doesn't do a ton of film, so that should be interesting. Plus it's always good to see ol' Mimi Marquez herself, Daphne Rubin-Vega, doing some work, so that's exciting. But all told? This trailer leaves me feeling a little cold. And not because of the snow or sallow, chlorine-tinted pool water. But because all that emotion sure seems like a lot of a work.