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Jul 22 13 11:38 AM
Starring James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson and Vincent Cassel, the film follows the mild-mannered worker at an auction house, who gets caught up in heist gone wrong, and forgets where he did the stash. And from that simple premise spins out a tale of hypnotism and shifting reality where nothing is quite what it seems, with a twisty narrative that manages to keep one ahead, as you try and puzzle out what really went down. And in case you didn't get to see the movie this when it was theatres (or if you're a fan) it arrives on home video soon and we've got two copies on Blu-ray for some lucky readers.
So, how do you win? Email us your name, address and the name of the most mesmerizing movie you've ever seen. Good luck!
"Trance" arrives on DVD and Blu-ray on July 23rd.
Note: Caution, it does not say what will be done with this information.
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Director: Danny BoyleCast: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson, Vincent CasselBest for... the art of the long con.
have one twist when you can build an M. C. Escher-style puzzle of your
movie? Danny Boyle's run of utterly unpredictable film choices continued
with this sexy, suspicious thriller, set in a recognisable London but
peopled with characters you'd do well to avoid. Given that, at times,
the eternally sinister Vincent Cassel is the most trustworthy character
onscreen, you know that this is a high-pressured bunch indeed.
Meanwhile, McAvoy is as good as ever in a role that sees him change as
his own memory comes and goes, and Dawson's never been better.
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God bless whoever came up with the idea of having James ‘Nice Guy’ McAvoy’s screaming face distorted by multicoloured satellite interference and what looks like the sea. http://www.empireonline.com/features/50-best-movie-posters-of-2013/p46
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Danny Boyle's art heist thriller Trance, starring Scots actor James McAvoy, is among the British films that should have been nominated for a Bafta, a leading film writer has said.
Andrew Collins said last year's movie appeared to have "escaped the Academy's notice" despite good reviews of Mr McAvoy's performance as an art auctioneer who becomes embroiled with a group of criminals.
Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave is up for 10 gongs at Sunday's awards. Philomena, Captain Phillips, American Hustle and Gravity are up for best film.
But Mr Collins, who co-wrote TV comedy Not Going Out with Lee Mack and created Radio 4 sitcom Mr Blue Sky, said that it was a "travesty... that the bulk of the winners will inevitably be foreign. By which I mean American".
Writing in the Radio Times, he "bemoaned" British films, such as Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and The World's End, "missing" from the shortlist.
He said: "Danny Boyle had a British film out last year, the art heist thriller Trance, starring James McAvoy, which seems to have escaped the Academy's notice.
"Aside from two protectionist categories that ringfence homegrown talent, outstanding British film and outstanding British debut, our best must battle it out against the vast budgets and promotional might of the Hollywood dream factory."
l Gregory's Girl star Clare Grogan has joined the cast of a new indie Scottish romcom road movie. She will appear in Journey Bound, a film that tells the story of a young lawyer chasing the love of his life through the Scottish Highlands.
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