UM, hello Jessica Chastain and hellooo James McAvoy.

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby is not exactly the average film. Possibly because it's actually three separate films, giving three separate perspectives (one from hers, one from his, and a unified one) on a single relationship between two people. According to Vulture, Chastain and McAvoy play "a married couple who has lost what they once had, and as things keep on getting worse, the film looks back at how they got to this point." The unified version (The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them) will be released on September 26, while the other versions will see more low-key releases later on in the fall.

This looks like a very cool exploration of relationships, though watching like five to six hours of the same story line may become tiresome. Who knows though?

Also, Bill Hader.