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The World to Come TV Movie Trailer

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The rugged landscape of the mid-nineteenth century northeastern United States forms the backdrop of a love story that transcends time and gender. When Abigail, who tends to her reclusive husband Dyer, and her neighbor Tally, whose own domineering spouse tries to rein in her free spirit, begin to develop feelings for one another, they are subjected to trials -- both mental and physical -- more rigorous than any they could have ever imagined. "The World to Come," rated R, is available February 12, 2021.

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Katherine Waterston ... Abigail, Vanessa Kirby ... Tally, Casey Affleck ... Dyer, Christopher Abbott ... Finney
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