It's Howl: The College Years, as Daniel Radcliffe plays an uncharacteristically clean-shaven and fully-dressed Allen Ginsberg, befriending Lucien Carr (In Treatment's Dane DeHaan), a lesser-known Beat who was nonetheless crucial to shaping the group's "New Vision" philosophy, and taking encouragement from David Kammerer (Michael C. Hall), the pair's writing teacher who developed a dangerous obsession with Carr.

The film was well-received at Sundance, and has a top-notch cast including Jack Huston (Jack Kerouac), Ben Foster (William S. Burroughs), David Cross (who played Ginsberg in I'm Not There, but here plays his father, Louis), Jennifer Jason Leigh (Ginsberg's mother, Naomi), Elizabeth Olsen (Edie Parker, Kerouac's future wife), and Kyra Sedgwick (Carr's mother, Marian).


Perhaps in homage to Burroughs' cut-and-paste method, the trailer stops abruptly 30 seconds in, so we'll have to wait until October 18, when the film hits theaters, to hear Radcliffe finish his sentence.