The Girl Who Invented Kissing — Trailer


added: Tue, Nov 14th '17

A mysterious young woman comes between two vastly different brothers in the trailer for the small-town drama "The Girl Who Invented Kissing," which comes from the screenwriter of the 1993 romantic film "Untamed Heart."

"Ray Donovan" star Dash Mihok plays a sweet-natured yet slow-minded man named Victor. He works at a local neighborhood bar with his younger, overbearing brother, Jimmy (played by Boardwalk Empire's Vincent Piazza).

When a young, beautiful drifter (played by English model-turned-actress Suki Waterhouse; "The Bad Batch") suddenly appears in town, Victor immediately becomes enamored with her. But when the nameless girl strikes up a fast friendship with Victor, his brother Jimmy starts questioning her motives, which leads to a sharp and bitter rift between the two brothers.

Co-starring Abbie Cornish and Luke Wilson, "The Girl Who Invented Kissing" is written and directed by ex-stuntman-turned-first-time director Tom Sierchio, who is perhaps best known for writing the cult baboon's heart-themed love story "Untamed Heart" which starred Christian Slater and Marisa Tomei.

The film will be coming out soon.

A mysterious and seductive young woman steps off a bus and enters a neighborhood bar owned by two middle-aged brothers. She quickly befriends Victor, the more naïve and trusting brother, and injects some much needed excitement, adventure, and even danger into his life. But Jimmy is wary of this new stranger's intentions with his brother, and as their friendship grows and their exploits become more perilous, the siblings' relationship is soon put to the ultimate test.


directed by   Tom Sierchio

starring   Dash Mihok, Suki Waterhouse, Vincent Piazza, Abbie Cornish, Luke Wilson

release date   Coming Soon

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