I'm not always so lucky. Sadly I couldn't find a new novel-inspired film featuring fetching cinematography of the French countryside. BUT I did find a trailer for the recently released film The Homesman, dubbed in French. I know, I know but it's the best I could do. Set in the starkness of the American west, The Homesman starring Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank is based on the novel of the same name by Glenn Swarthout. Jones also directed the movie, which my son tells me is a must see. He also felt very strongly that the trailer shows spoiler images you won't want to see if you are planning on watching The Homesman, a film he highly recommends. I posted and watched the trailer a few months back, please don't tell him! It's a very bleak tale about a pioneer woman and a claim jumper who team up to escort three insane women back east. Watch the trailer if you please, as much as I adore the idea of Tommy Lee Jones speaking French in a period film; I've been forbidden to, no matter what language it's in, because when you're talking movies, it's not just about the words.
PS Here's the trailer en englais