Forbidden love is always tough, but what if your one true love belonged to another world where they were upside-down from you?
Forbidden love is always tough, but what if your one true love belonged to another world where they were upside-down from you? Such is the case in the trailer for Upside Down, in which Jim Sturgess plays Adam, a young man who has always loved Eden (Kirsten Dunst), despite the fact that she lives on another planet with a gravitational pull that is literally pushing them in opposite directions. As if that weren't enough, Eden's from a more privileged society, while Adam is poor, from the wrong side of the planetary tracks. Despite those considerable odds, Adam is determined to get to Eden and be together (and finally, you know, be on the same level).
I love Sturgess in any kind of romantic drama, but I'm afraid that the whole "gravity can't stop love" premise is going to be beyond cheesy. That said, I can't deny that the special effects look extremely cool, so I'm hoping that helps a little. Upside Down comes out March 15, and you can check out the trailer after the jump.