U.K. Trailer of 'Incendiary' Arrives


U.K. Trailer of 'Incendiary' Arrives
Take a peek into the Michelle Williams and Ewan McGregor-starring drama movie about a young woman trying to cope with the death of her husband and son in a terrorist attack on London.


"Incendiary", the drama movie based on Chris Cleave's best selling novel, has got one of its international trailers exposed. Aimed for the U.K. viewers, the sneak peek into the London-based flick brings audience first to the marriage life and affair the lead character is having. Then, it displays how her world suddenly crumbles when terrorist attacks a football stadium where her husband and son are in.

Telling the story of a young mother whose life is forever changed by a terrorist attack, the Aramid Entertainment Fund flick follows this mother as she struggles to overcome her guilt and grief after the brutal death of her husband and son. It stars Michelle Williams, Ewan McGregor, Matthew Macfadyen and many others.

"Incendiary" was shot in various locations in London from the Northampton Square to the Brunswick Estate in Islington, North London. Targeted for 2008 released, the romantic drama is directed and penned by Sharon Maguire.

"Incendiary" Trailer:



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