Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth star as devoted couple Sam and Tusker in the emotional first trailer for new drama Supernova.
The new movie follows Sam (Kingsman actor Firth) and Tusker (The Hunger Games star Tucci) as they travel across England in their old campervan visiting friends, family and beloved places from their past after Tusker's diagnosis with young-onset dementia two years earlier.
In the years since the diagnosis, the couple have made big changes to their lives, including giving up jobs and putting their plans on hold in order to spend as much quality time together as possible.
But as their trip progresses, their individual ideas for the future begin to collide and secrets begin to be uncovered as their love for each other is tested like never before, and Sam and Tusker must confront the question of what it means to love one another in the face of Tusker's illness.
The emotional trailer, which you can watch above, sees the pair joking with each other as they set off on their trip, with Tusker even arranging a surprise party for Sam.
Later, Tusker begins to deliver a speech before passing it over to Sam to continue, with Sam reading out: "Now, as most of you will know, I am slowly losing my ability to remember and I definitely wouldn't be here if it weren't for this man next to me."
"I want to be remembered for who I was, and not for who I'm about to become," Tusker tells Sam at one point, while later in the trailer the couple can be seen arguing as Tusker insists that the situation isn't fair on Sam.
"It's not about fair, it's about love," Sam replies. "I want to see this through with you until the end."
The movie, from StudioCanal, is written and directed by Hinterland's Harry Macqueen and also stars James Dreyfrus and Pippa Haywood.
Supernova is due for release in UK cinemas on November 27.
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