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James McAvoy in New TRANCE Trailer from Director Danny Boyle

March 8, 2013
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The incredible Danny Boyle is back with his new heist-thriller "Trance", starring James McAvoy. A new clip has been released for the film, which yet again displays Boyle's wonderfully unique and distinctive style.

McAvoy stars as Simon, an art auctioneer turned art theft. When he forgets where he hid a highly coveted piece of art, the payday of his criminal partner (Vincent Cassel) is threatened and so is Simon's life. He then enlists the help of a hypnotherapist (Rosario Dawson) to hopefully recover the painting before it's too late. A deeper web of chaos then reveals itself to Simon and he doesn't know who he can trust.

Penned by Joe Ahearne and John Hodge and armed with Boyle's long-time cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle be his side, I think we are definitely in for a visual treat.

You can check out the new clip below!

"Trance" will hit AMC Theatres with a limited releases on April 5th.

Source: CinemaBlend

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