The Square

(2010)

Escaping the monotony of a loveless marriage, Raymond becomes entangled in an affair with the beautiful and troubled Carla. Ray's moral limits are tested when Carla presents him with the proceeds of her controlling husband's latest crime. This is their chance: Take the money and run. If only it were that simple...

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: ‘The Square’ First Six Minutes!

A stylish, twist-filled film noir, The Square centers on an adulterous couple whose scheming leads to arson, blackmail and murder. Escaping the monotony of a loveless marriage, Raymond Yale becomes entangled in an affair with the beautiful and troubled Carla. Ray's moral limits are tested when Carla presents him with the proceeds of her controlling husband's latest crime. This is their chance: Take the money and run... If only it were that simple. The seed is planted and Ray, fearing he will lose his love, engineers the plan. Hiring the professional arsonist Billy becomes a fatal error, and the plan goes horribly wrong. Alarm bells sound and suspicions are raised but, miraculously, the dust looks to settle. After all... Nobody knows. Then the first blackmail note arrives.

The Square was released April 9th, 2010.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: ‘The Square’ Special Feature Clip

The Square will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 24 and we have a brand new exclusive special feature clip from this home video release. Click below to take a look at this new special feature clip, which features director Nash Edgerton and other crew members discussing a car chase in the film.

A stylish, twist-filled film noir, The Square centers on an adulterous couple whose scheming leads to arson, blackmail and murder. Escaping the monotony of a loveless marriage, Raymond Yale becomes entangled in an affair with the beautiful and troubled Carla. Ray's moral limits are tested when Carla presents him with the proceeds of her controlling husband's latest crime. This is their chance: Take the money and run... If only it were that simple. The seed is planted and Ray, fearing he will lose his love, engineers the plan. Hiring the professional arsonist Billy becomes a fatal error, and the plan goes horribly wrong. Alarm bells sound and suspicions are raised but, miraculously, the dust looks to settle. After all... Nobody knows. Then the first blackmail note arrives.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Filmmakers Talk ‘The Square’

Australian actor Joel Edgerton is best known to audiences in the United States as the young Owen Lars, stepbrother to Anakin and future Uncle to Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. In fact, Edgerton's own brother, Nash, was actually the stunt double for Ewan McGregor, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi in the prequel trilogy. But now Nash has moved into the director's chair with a script written by Joel in the new Australian neo-noir thriller, The Square, opening in theaters on April 9th and featuring Joel in a supporting role. We recently had a chance to sit down with Joel and Nash Edgerton to discuss their new film; it's intriguing plot, interesting characters and what it's like to collaborate with your own brother. To watch our exclusive interview please click on the video clip below.

Escaping the monotony of a loveless marriage, Raymond (David Roberts) becomes entangled in an affair with the beautiful and troubled Carla (Claire van der Boom). Ray's moral limits are tested when Carla presents him with the proceeds of her controlling husband's latest crime. This is their chance: take the money and run. If only it were that simple. The seed is planted and Ray, fearing he will lose his love, engineers the plan. Hiring a professional arsonist becomes a fatal error, and the plan goes horribly wrong. Alarm bells sound and suspicions are raised, but miraculously, the dust looks to settle. After all ... nobody knows. Then the first blackmail note arrives. The couple's nerves are tested as both Carla's husband and the mystery author threaten to throw open their secret. With the blackmailers deadline approaching they are going to find out just how far they are willing to go for love.

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Apparition Finds ‘The Square’

According to the The Hollywood Reporter, Apparition now owns the North American rights to The Square.

This is the first feature from Australian stuntman-turned-director Nash Edgerton.

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