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Three Fresh Clips of 'The International' Come Out

January 29, 2009 03:16:46 GMT

Naomi Watts becomes the victim of hit-and-run, and Clive Owen learns about the real value of a conflict in several new clips of 'The International'.


Three Fresh Clips of 'The International' Come Out
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Espionage film "The International" has three new clips posted in three different sites. One called "It's About Control" came from MSN, another one titled "The Chase" was found through IGN, and the other one was an exclusive clip from MTV. All of the clips feature the thriller's leading man, Clive Owen, in his search for justice.

In "It's About Control", Owen and his co-star, Naomi Watts, are seen listening to a man's explanation about the real reason behind the attempt to make the world's greatest bank an exclusive broker for international arms dealing. Meanwhile, the "The Chase" clip displays the scene where the two actors run after a man and Watts ends up being hit by a car driven by the man they chased. The third clip from MTV previews the footage in which Owen walks out of a building and receives an alarming phone call.

Centering the story on Interpol Agent Louis Salinger and Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Eleanor Whitman, "The International" follows the two as they attempt to uncover the money laundering and illegal arms trading done by one of the world's most powerful banks. Following the money from Berlin to Milan to New York to Istanbul, they soon find themselves putting their lives at stakes to bring justice.

Based on an original screenplay written by Eric Singer, the thriller is helmed by Tom Tykwer and starred by Clive Owen, Naomi Watts, Armin Mueller-Stahl and Ulrich Thomsen among others. While it has been set to open the 59th Berlin International Film Festival on February 5, Columbia Pictures will distribute this movie to U.S. theaters on February 13.

  • Clip - "It's About Control":
  • Clip - "The Chase":
  • Clip from MTV:


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