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'Two Faces of January' Trailer: Oscar Isaac Returns to the '60s for Viggo Mortensen's Dunst


The Two Faces of January boasts that it's from the author of The Talented Mr. Ripley and the writer of Drive, and that's almost as clearly written in the content as it is on the poster. Like The Talented Mr. Ripley, it's another sun-drenched, stylish, bygone European vacation driven on a floppy-haired third wheel. Like Drive, we've got Oscar Isaac in another story of a shit-headed husband's criminality drawing in a guy who's just there for the wife. Mush those together, add Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst, and here's Hossein Amini's directorial debut:

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