Moving to another country can take its toll on a family, especially a mafia clan from New York trying to start a new life in France, as seen in the latest international trailer for The Family, which is still going by Malavita overseas. The Manzoni family (Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, John D'Leo and Dianna Agron) don't exactly blend into their surroundings very well, as they can't quite seem to let go of their violent past. Check out the latest footage from director Luc Besson's drama, also starring Tommy Lee Jones, that has a much darker tone than the first trailer released last month.
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