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World Exclusive Clip Of The Monuments Men

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Be it for us to tell you what upcoming films you should and shouldn’t be scribbling into your diary, but if the ink’s not dry on ‘Monuments Men, out 14 Feb’ by now, you’re clearly doing it wrong.

Written, directed and starring ample-talented George Clooney, the comedy drama follows a World War II platoon tasked with rescuing priceless artworks from the Nazis before attempting to return them to the original owners.

Based on a scarcely believable true-life adventure - more specifically the book Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History - it's even got a mightily impressive supporting cast, including Matt Damon, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin and Bill Murray.

Which is why we've done some hunting ourselves, managing to lay our hands on a world exclusive clip which shows Murray and Bob Balaban’s G.I’s interrogating a former SS officer over a few glasses of water. And you can view for yourself, below.

Monuments Men is out in cinemas nationwide from 14 February

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