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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Geoffrey Rush Featurette about THE BOOK THIEF

November 14, 2013
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THE BOOK THIEF is in limited release at AMCs across the country and today we have an exclusive featurette starring Geoffrey Rush that delves into the story behind the film.

Here's the synopsis from the film!

Based on the beloved bestselling book, THE BOOK THIEF is narrated by Death and set in Nazi Germany -- a place and time when, as the narrator notes, he was extremely busy. Under the watchful eye and caustic musings of Death, a young girl named Liesel embarks upon a journey marked by discovery, courage, friendship -- and the power to triumph over the most daunting obstacles.

Alright, let's check out that look at the film!

THE BOOK THIEF expands to more AMCs this Friday. Click here to find a location near you in Chicago, McLean, VA, New York City, Westbury, NJ, Paramus, NJ and San Francisco! 

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