"I'm-sure-it's-profound-in-context title?" Check. "Old-man-recalls-golden-age-of-bygone-cultural-relic" plot structure? Check. Young man of promise fleeing for "real world" in quirky/semi-seedy profession? Check. Love triangle with broken-blossom and possessive husband? Check. Best actor in ensemble playing the bad guy? Check. "Based on the acclaimed novel?" Check. This is what people mean when they say Oscar Bait is it's own genre.
Question for people who read the book: Is the lead guy mute and/or non-speaking? Or are they avoiding Pattinson's (up to this point, anyway) famously-wooden delivery by simply not showing him talking hardly AT ALL in the movie he STARS IN.
Y'know what's kind-of funny? If Waltz wasn't in the trailer, it would totally look like the hero was fighting over the girl with the horse.