Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh fall in love in ‘We Live in Time’ trailer

Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh fall in love in ‘We Live in Time’ trailer

The on-screen romance between Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh begins with a collision.

A24 released the first trailer We Live in Timeshows its characters brought together under unlikely circumstances. Tobias (Garfield) wakes up in a hospital bed with a neck brace and wonders where his panties are, as Almut (Pugh) comforts him from across the room. “I’m sorry, but do we know each other?” she asks.

He struggles to answer. “Ye- no, um…” Then we see a Mini Cooper hit a pedestrian in the road. “I ran you over. I’m sorry,” he whispers. “Everything’s fine,” he replies to the pedestrian.

Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield in the movie ‘We Live In Time’.


In a scene that appears to take place after a passionate night, Tobias stands in Almut’s house, pantsless, and says, “I should probably go.” Almut tries to persuade him to stay: “Who says? Unless you have s— to do…” “I don’t have anything,” she replies, relieved.

From there, the trailer quickly cuts between snapshots of happier moments between the two characters, including a walk in the park, a dinner party, and a kiss in the kitchen. “Whether we like it or not, time is passing,” Tobias says. “What’s the rush?” Almut asks. “Because I’m worried that the possibility that I’m falling in love with you is very real and very real.”

The highs and lows become much more dramatic: Almut sits in a doctor’s office with a shaved head, suggesting a serious medical diagnosis, and also discovers that she is pregnant in an earlier scene in the timeline. We also see the couple riding amusement park rides, giving birth, dancing in a club, ice skating, and playing with their little girl.

“I’m not interested in a treatment that accidentally wastes our time,” Almut says as Tobias shaves his head. But then he seems to change his mind, because his partner asks, “Why take the risk?” and he replies tearfully, “I can’t stand the thought of being forgotten.”

The trailer ends on a lighter note, with Tobias struggling to get out of a tight parallel parking space and crashing into the car in front of him. Judging by the tear-jerking tone of the rest of the footage, it’s entirely possible this is the only moment of levity in the entire film.

“Making this movie was an incredibly beautiful experience,” Pugh said. wrote in a post She shared the film’s poster on Instagram on Tuesday. “Excited and proud to say it’s almost here for all of you to watch.”

From the movie BrooklynJohn Crowley is the latest in Pugh’s impressive string of high-profile projects, including: Midsummer, Little Women, Black Widow, Don’t worry dear, OppenheimerAnd Dune: Episode TwoBy the way, Garfield was recently nominated for an Oscar for his performance in the movie. Tick, Tick… Boom!was nominated for an Emmy for his work Under the Banner of Heavenand played an important role Spider-Man: No Way HomeIt is the seventh highest-grossing film of all time at the worldwide box office.

We Live in Time It’s set to hit theaters on October 11. Watch the full trailer above.