The new film The Company Men, in theaters today, tells a seemingly all too familiar tale.
After losing their jobs due to corporate downsizing, three ordinary men are forced to re-define their lives and the roles they serve within their families and in their communities.
The film stars Tommy Lee Jones, Kevin Costner, and Ben Affleck. It also marks the directorial debut of John Wells, Executive Producer to 2007's I'm Not There, a re-enactment of the life of Bob Dylan, and 2003's Party Monster.
The film features several prominent musical selections from post-wave indie band Future Islands and other favorites of the indie rock variety, The National and Frightened Rabbit.
See "Heads Roll Off" from Frightened Rabbit:
Watch the trailer for The Company Men: