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Watch: Get Put Under A Spell With 3 New Clips From Danny Boyle's 'Trance'

The Playlist By Cain Rodriguez | The Playlist March 18, 2013 at 9:24AM

While he’s been talking up the film all over the place over the past week, Danny Boyle’s mind-fuck thriller “Trance” doesn’t arrive in theaters until next month. If you’ve already heard some of Rick Smith’s score and still need something to hold you over until April, three new clips from the film have arrived online that are sure to make the wait even more unbearable.
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Trance, James McAvoy

While he’s been talking up the film all over the place over the past week, Danny Boyle’s mind-fuck thriller “Trance” doesn’t arrive in theaters until next month. If you’ve already heard some of Rick Smith’s score and still need something to hold you over until April, three new clips from the film have arrived online that are sure to make the wait even more unbearable.

Two of the clips feature Rosario Dawson’s hypnotherapist and show how important she is to James McAvoy’s mission to remember where he hid the stolen painting. But is she really helping him or getting him into deeper trouble? The last clip takes place right after the heist of the valuable painting, which itself was the focus of the first clip released. And Vincent Cassel casts a menacing figure as the man who plans the job in the first place.

Find out how all the pieces fit together and solve the mystery of just where in the hell McAvoy put that damned painting when “Trance” waltzes into theaters on April 5th. Watch below.

This article is related to: James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel, Rosario Dawson, Trance


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