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02 December 2011  |  Written by Tom Ambrose  |  Source: Exclusive

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Fancy some eye-candy this Friday? Well here's a nice bit of high-class photography from Rankin, the legendary shooter who has previously turned his camera on everyone from Kate Moss to the Queen. This is the stars of Broken Lines, out on DVD next Monday, looking all glam.

The film sees Dan Fredenburgh (that's him in the middle) play a young Jewish man in London who's newly engaged to Olivia Williams' Zoe (that's her on the right). But he begins an affair with Doraly Rosa's waitress B (on the left), who's herself involved with a stroke-afflicted ex-boxer, Chester (Paul Bettany, not pictured).

Fedenberg and Rosa co-wrote the film, which was directed by Sallie Aprahamian.


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