Danny Boyle's 'Trance' Reportedly Lands March 27th, Release Date In The U.K.
York premiere of her new film Trance, all while ex-boyfriend Danny Boyle, 56, who directed Rosario and Danny started dating years ago, and within the past few weeks, Rosario Dawson talks about doing full nude scenes in Trance to Bora Bora with new husband Ant Anstead Posted pics online. American actress Rosario Dawson and British director Danny Boyle have reportedly ended their romance after just under a year of dating. film Trance over the weekend and completely ignored each other. is forced to sell her possessions online even though brand Beckham is worth around $m. The film has reportedly scored a March, 27, release date in the U.K. which is certainly not implausible given that English-made films often.
It's a film about the mind and its mysteries, with something of Christopher Nolan's Inception and Memento and a little of the London gangland-locale of David Cronenberg's Eastern Promises.
It's a movie with a witty and intriguing starting point and I wanted to like it, this being virtually my patriotic duty.
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But Trance is a disappointment: There is some embarrassing, eyeball-swivelling acting from the male leads, and the elegance of the film's premise is quite obliterated by its crude and misjudged violence.
It certainly isn't a classic caper. Vincent Cassel plays Franck, a serious tough guy who plans to rob a Goya from a London auction-house. His man on the inside is Simon, played by James McAvoy, a young art expert with some financial embarrassments due to his predilection for poker.
But the job does not go as planned, Simon sustains a near-fatal head injury; the gang get away but Simon awakens from his coma to find he can't remember where he hid the painting. So Franck has a nifty idea: Instead of breaking into a bank, these robbers are going to break into someone's mind. But Dr Lamb may consider that her regular fee is insufficient, given the circumstances, and then there is the question of "transference".
If she lingers in his mind, and he in hers, can anyone rely on what is being remembered? So far, so stylish. But he has no memory of where he has hidden the painting. Franck decides to hire a hypnotherapist to try to help him remember. Franck makes Simon choose a hypnotist from a directory, and he chooses an American named Elizabeth Lamb Dawson. As a first hypnotic exercise, Simon recalls where he put some car keys.
Elizabeth exposes the gang's plan to have her hypnotize him, and demands partnership. In a next hypnotic episode, under gang supervision, Simon remembers that, shortly after the blow to his head, he awoke alone. On finding the stolen painting hidden in his suit, he left the art gallery.
Distracted by a phone text message, while crossing the road, he was hit by a red car.
The female driver tried to take him to hospital. Simon, in a kind of memory fuguebelieved the woman was Elizabeth, recalling that she had made him forget her. The gang tries violently to force Simon to remember where he put the painting, and that ends the hypnotic episode.
When asked by Elizabeth about how he met Franck, Simon confesses that he has a gambling problem. Franck helped him pay his debts in exchange for his help in stealing the painting.Rosario Dawson, Danny Boyle at "Trance" London premiere
Francisco Goya's Witches in the Airthe painting stolen in the film. In reality it is part of the collection of the Museo del Prado. To help Simon recover from the violence, Elizabeth stays overnight in his apartment. In the morning, Simon dreams of Elizabeth's having used a brain-scan behaviour-conditioning technique to erase an obsession that he had for her.
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Elizabeth tells Franck about that. Goya's Nude Maja ca. For the next step to recover the painting, Elizabeth tells Franck that she will sexually seduce Simon.
Simon's feelings for Elizabeth recur, gently this time. At the same time, Franck and Elizabeth have unanticipated sex, and she steals his pistol from his bedside drawer. Nate, a gang member, sees them together and warns Simon, who confronts Elizabeth with it. She responds by touching his erotic mindspot, related to Goya's Nude Maja.
Remembering where the painting is, Simon goes with Franck and his associates to reveal the location, but overhears their plan to kill him. He calls Elizabeth and tells her that the painting is in a red car in a certain car park, and unable to leave Franck's apartment, he returns and kills the gang members instead.
After shooting Franck, Simon wakes up: Elizabeth takes the car keys and goes to get the painting, leaving Franck's revolver for Simon. While searching for Elizabeth, Simon finds Franck in her apartment. Nate and his associates intercept Elizabeth and bring her there.
Franck takes Simon to get the painting, and as he kisses Elizabeth, she secretly passes three bullets into his mouth. On the elevator, Simon stops Franck with a fire extinguisher, and then with the revolver, now loaded with the three bullets.