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James McAvoy has head issues

14 February 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Yahoo

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We wondered, while watching this new, red band trailer for Danny Boyle’s brain-itching thriller Trance, where the “Red Band” element would come into play. For a while, it just seemed like a re-mix of the first trailer, with a few more drops of blood and the odd flash of flesh. And then… it hits. The moment. Which, if we’re honest, you might want to wait and see in cinemas, though brave souls can take a look below. 

Trance, set in the streets of fair London town and boasting the likes of James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson, pitches an art boffin into the middle of a heist.

As Cassel and his gang steal Goya’s Witches in the Air, McAvoy is roped in to assist, but suffers a blow to the head after the crime and can’t remember where he stashed the painting. When threats and more violent methods don’t encourage him to cough up the location, Cassel turns to a psychotherapist (Dawson) to help.

But that just leads to a web of deceit and illusion as the brain can play tricks. What’s really going on? To find that out, you’ll have to watch the movie, which arrives on March 27.


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Well I'm well and truly sold now. And also want to watch the Britney Spears South Park episode again. More

Posted by Judge at 10:14 on 14 February 2013 | Report This Post

double wow
that trailer has just sold me this picture,didn't like 127 hours,know I'm going to love this,great cast great story great visuals and its odds on that the soundtrack is going to be something special.mr Boyle you are a genius. More

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Did not care for this too much from the first trailer, but now it's shaping up to be an exciting one! More

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