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The Two Faces of January latest trailer

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What do you get if you take the production team behind Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy, add the writer of Drive and hand them a story penned by the author of The Talented Mr Ripley?

In short, a tense, twisting thriller that begs to be watched.

The Two Faces of January follows the plight of a glamorous American couple, the charismatic Chester MacFarland (Viggo Mortensen) and his wife Colette (Kirsten Dunst), and their scam of a tour guide Rydal (Oscar Isaac).

Rather than escorting the couple around the sites of Athens, Rydal finds himself compromised when he agrees to aid MacFarland dispose of the body of a supposed attacker. Compromised, confused and head-over-heels for Colette, things take a turn for the sinister as Rydal and MacFarland push each other to the limits of their trust.

Check out the trailer for a taste of this deliciously-tense thriller.



The Two Faces of January arrives in cinemas 16 May

(Images: Allstar)

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