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First Film Stills From Steve Mcqueen’s “Shame”

by Vanessa Martinez
July 27, 2011 6:07 AM
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Steve Mcqueen’s Shame, which has been covered quite a bit on this site, was announced yesterday morning to screen at the 2011 Toronto Film Festival (see Tambay’s post HERE).

The first stills of the film, starring Michael Fassbender as Brandon, Carey Mulligan as his sister Sissy and Nicole Beharie in the role of his main love interest Marianne, were also released yesterday.

Yes, I KNOW, it pains me too not to see Nicole Beharie in any of the images.

However, given that some of us are excited about this film, I figured I’d post them on the site anyway.

Here are the interesting stills of Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan.




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2 Comments

  • Kunle Adekolo | July 27, 2011 7:02 AMReply

    So, Beharie plays his main love interest in the film, but there are no stills of her released.

    When are the studios going to realize that by not showing her image, they have essentially conveyed to the potential black viewing-audience that this film is not for them? Why do they insist on losing out on the potential revenue that just showing her face would likely generate? SMDH. It almost makes me not want to spend my money to see it. But for Ms. Beharie's sake, I probably still will.

  • Ronnie D. | November 25, 2011 12:42 AM

    There's a still at the top of this page lol. Plus, she really doesn't have that big of a role.

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