Second ‘Trance’ Trailer

An art heist goes horribly awry in Danny Boyle's thriller starring James McAvoy, Vincent Cassell and Rosario Dawson.
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Second ‘Trance’ Trailer

The second trailer for director Danny Boyle's Trance delves inside the mind of Simon (James McAvoy), an art dealer who double-crossed his crew during an art heist, and now can't remember where he stashed the priceless Goya painting. To help jog his memory, the crew's leader Frank (Vincent Cassel) brings in a hypnotherapist (Rosario Dawson), probing deep inside Simon's mind to try and procure the painting's location. Take a look at the latest footage from this intense thriller, debuting in theaters nationwide April 5th.


Trance was released April 5th, 2013.

Sources:Apple

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  • thedude-abides • 2 years ago

    As far as trailers go, that one was excellent. I'm still worried, however, this could end up being a huge mess.

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    • narrator • 2 years ago

      @skywise Agreed, except I'd switch Shallow Grave out with Sunshine. The sci-fi fan in me was just blown away by the visually pleasing and surprisingly emotional film, whereas Shallow Grave's trailer pretty much ruined the movie for me. Still, they are both substantially great films. I'm glad Boyle's revisiting his old fare.

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      • skywise • 2 years ago

        @narrator from a visual standpoint, Sunshine works as an example of his previous work considerng how stylish this one looks. But in my opinion (for what its worth) Trainspotting, 28 Days Later and Shallow Grave are his best films to this day.

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        • ChiRep-1 • 2 years ago

          Not a fan of Rosario Dawson for some reason, but this looks great.

          @narrator I noticed that, glad they didn't cop out with the Oscar winners like Slumdog and 127 Hours.

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          • narrator • 2 years ago

            "From the director of 'Trainspotting', '28 Days Later', and 'Shallow Grave'."

            These are the proper films to cite Danny Boyle on, especially with a film of this genre. Glad the marketing company got that squared away. I'm pumped for this!

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