"Generation Um" gave Keanu Reeves some practice behind the camera ahead of directing his first film, "Man of Tai Chi."
The first trailer for "Um," a drama written and directed by Mark Mann, features the 48-year-old actor stealing a camera and turning it on two attractive escorts (Bojana Novakovic, Adelaide Clemens) to ask all sorts of deep, dark and borderline inappropriate questions about their sex life.
While gallivanting around New York City in a station wagon and recording their conversations, the three friends' relationship takes "an unexpected and intimate turn that could change their lives."
At least, that's what Reeves says while stumbling through a trailer introduction that he apparently never bothered to read before it appeared on the teleprompter in front of him.
"Generation Um," Reeves' first acting gig since 2010's "Henry's Crime," lands in theaters on May 3.
Watch the trailer: