Roman Polanski is one for controversy, whether it be his life and the tragedies and mistakes throughout the years, or the content and attack of his films, he has made more than a name for himself.
His latest film, 'Carnage' is the simple yet ingenious story of four parents thrown together as their children are involved in a fight at school. The film boasts a tremendous cast, with Jodie Foster, John C Reilly, Kate Winslet and Christoph Waltz fighting it out in one flat.
Here's the trailer:
From the trailer, its clear to see that this film is going to be a treat for those with a darker sense of humour, so if you're going to give 'The Inbetweeners' a pass, you can trade in the crude and boyish charm for this rich, awkward mess of emotions with dialogue aplenty.
Carnage is based on the play 'God of Carnage' by Yasmina Reza, and is due out in America on the 16th December 2011, so expect a confirmed date for the United Kingdom to fall shortly after.