Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry bond over shared tragedies in the latest Causeway movie trailer

Jennifer Lawrence fans got a closer look at her upcoming drama Causeway when the second trailer for the movie was released on Thursday.

The trailer delves deeper into the character of the 32-year-old actress, a veteran who struggles to recover from a brain injury after returning home to New Orleans who befriends a man (Brian Tyree Henry) who is trying to recover from his injuries. special shocks.

The trailer arrives just a day after Lawrence expressed his desire to focus on high-quality films after a string of heavily parodied films, including Passengers (2016) and Red Sparrow (2018).

A Closer Look: Jennifer Lawrence struggles as an injured veteran returning to New Orleans as he befriends another person affected by tragedy (Brian Terry Henry) in Causeway’s second trailer, released Thursday

The trailer begins with Lawrence Linsey’s character riding the bus back to the Big Easy.

“I never thought I’d come back here,” she says, before appearing to have a bench conversation with James (Henry).

“What, you have no love for this city?” Asked.

But she made it clear that she was more afraid of going back to her family home, where she used to be “the only one who got out” after joining the military.

The trailer begins with Lynsey (Lawrence) on a bus back to New Orleans, where she meets a stranger named James (Henry) who opens up a conversation

The trailer begins with Lynsey (Lawrence) on a bus back to New Orleans, where she meets a stranger named James (Henry) who opens up a conversation

Unhappy Home: She explained that she is afraid to go back to her family's home, where she used to be

Unhappy home: She explained that she dreads going back to her family’s home, where she used to be “the only one who got out” after joining the army

Meditate on more: She's been seen at home interacting oddly with her mother (Linda Edmund), who is disappointed that her daughter now works as a pool cleaner.

Meditate on more: She’s been seen at home interacting oddly with her mother (Linda Edmund), who is disappointed that her daughter now works as a pool cleaner.

She is seen at home interacting with her mother (Linda Edmund), who is visibly disappointed with her recent job prospects.

‘What are you doing?’ Her mother says in exasperation that Lynsey admits that she works as a pool cleaner.

Back on the scene with James, he advises her to “ride it” if things in her life get “dark,” even though she doesn’t know how to do it.

The two then go for a walk, which seems to indicate their rapidly forming friendship.

New Friends: Back on the scene with James, advise her to

New Friends: Back on the scene with James, he advises her to “just ride” if things in her life get “dark,” even though she doesn’t know how to do it. The two then go for a walk, which seems to indicate their fast-forming friendship

Missed it: She admitted in the voiceover that she was in the Army Corps of Engineers, but after suffering a brain injury, she needs to get approval from her doctors before she can reenlist

Missed it: She admitted in the voiceover that she was in the Army Corps of Engineers, but after suffering a brain injury, she needs to get approval from her doctors before she can reenlist

She admitted in an audio commentary that she was in the Army Corps of Engineers, but after suffering a brain injury, she needs to get approval from her doctors before she can rejoin.

“You were blown up there and you want to go back?” James asks in shock as her doctor looks at MRI scans of her brain.

But then she inquires about his tragedies.

“I had an accident … on the bridge,” he admits, before the trailer cuts a small picture of a young boy put on the steering wheel, suggesting that James’s son was a victim of the collision.

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Not counting: “You just exploded there and want to come back?” James asks, shocked as her doctor looks at MRI scans of her brain

Loss: But then she inquires about his tragedies.  He admits: 'I had an accident... on the bridge', before the trailer snapped a small picture of a little boy put at the wheel, apparently dead in the accident.

Loss: But then she inquires about his tragedies. He admits: ‘I had an accident… on the bridge’, before the trailer snapped a small picture of a little boy put at the wheel, apparently dead in the accident.

Even with her newfound communal boyfriend, Lynsey still has a hard time achieving fulfillment in life.

She saw her lying lukewarm in bed, before confessing to James that she was taking some “don’t shoot yourself in the head” medication.

Lawrence’s character then holds a conference with her doctor, who doesn’t provide the reassurance she wants about her chances of getting back into action.

Can you come back? Yes, before continuing. Should you come back? It’s a different question.

Depression: Even with her new communal boyfriend, Lynsey still finds it difficult to achieve in life.  She saw lying in bed lukewarm, before confessing to James that she was taking some kind of medication

Depression: Even with her new communal boyfriend, Lynsey still finds it difficult to achieve in life. She saw her lying lukewarm in bed, before confessing to James that she was taking some “don’t shoot yourself in the head” medication.

Not what you want to hear: Lawrence's character then holds a conference with her doctor, who doesn't offer the reassurance she wants.  Can you come back?  yes.  Should you come back?  It's a different question

Not what you want to hear: Lawrence’s character then holds a conference with her doctor, who doesn’t offer the reassurance she wants. Can you come back? yes. Should you come back? It’s a different question.”

The trailer climaxes with scenes of Lynsey and James strengthening their bond, including a scene in which she tends to comfort him with a hug when he becomes emotional while taking a dip in the pool.

Despite the gloomy tone of everything that happened, the trailer ends with a blast from height.

“How’s the billiard business going?” James asks while driving the two.

“It’s a cut in the throat,” she said in a quandary before revealing that she was only joking.

Causeway, directed by Lila Neugebauer, is currently in a limited release in theaters and will be available to stream on Apple TV+ starting Friday.

Closer: The trailer climaxes with scenes of Lynsey and James strengthening their bond, including a scene where she tends to comfort him with a hug as he becomes emotional while taking a dip in the pool

Closer: The trailer climaxes with scenes of Lynsey and James strengthening their bond, including a scene where she tends to comfort him with a hug as he becomes emotional while taking a dip in the pool

Taking it easy: Despite the bleak tone of everything that happened, the trailer ends with a blast from the height.

Taking it easy: Despite the bleak tone of everything that happened, the trailer ends with a blast from the height. “How’s the billiard business going?” She replied, “It’s a cut in the throat,” before laughing

Released Now: Causeway, directed by Lila Neugebauer, is currently in a limited release in theaters and will be available to stream on Apple TV+ starting Friday

Released Now: Causeway, directed by Lila Neugebauer, is currently in a limited release in theaters and will be available to stream on Apple TV+ starting Friday

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