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Sean P. Means
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"All Is Lost" trailer shows Redford going it alone [video]

Could "All Is Lost" be the capstone of Robert Redford's long and illustrious career?

That was the buzz at the Cannes Film Festival, where writer-director J.C. Chandor's drama – in which Redford plays a man fighting for survival when his one-man sailboat springs a leak on the ocean – debuted to rave reviews in May.

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Now the first trailer for "All Is Lost" has hit the internet, and it looks like Redford (who turns 77 later this month) is delivering the goods.

The movie doesn't arrive in theaters until October, so all we get for now is a taste.

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