Ever wish you could just leave your old life behind and become someone else? That's exactly what Colin Firth and Emily Blunt decide to do in Arthur Newman. Wallace (Firth), tired of living his own life, fakes his death and assumes a brand-new identity: Arthur Newman, pro golfer. While enjoying his new life, he meets Mike (Blunt), a mysterious woman who is also running from her past. The two hit it off and commence breaking into strangers' houses and trying on their clothes. It's like a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde, with less bank robbery and more giggling and wedding dresses.
It's a little hard to tell from the trailer what genre this film falls into. Is it a golf movie? A drama? A romantic comedy? I'm not sure my curiosity is piqued enough about it, but I'm interested to find out what you think. Arthur Newman premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last year and opens in limited release on April 26. Until then, you can watch the trailer after the jump.