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He Was A Quiet Man trailer online

HeWasAQuietMan.jpgHe Was A Quiet Man is a film that promises to bring Christian Slater back to the fore, and perhaps recover Elisha Cuthbert from Captivity, and the first trailer has appeared online.

Christian Slater plays a middle aged man who is pretty much ignored in his humdrum job, and because of the way he's treated he finds he is carrying an anger and hatred for those around him. Close to exploding and starting to loose his control, he starts taking a gun to work, but it's not him that's the one to lose it. Another man opens fire one day and without thinking he pulls the gun and kills the shooter. Suddenly, he's the hero. In the shooting a girl is wounded, played by Elisha Cuthbert, and as he keeps an eye on her at the hospital he finds that his new found recognition is having an even worse affect on him.

Previously I learnt about the release schedule and carried some video of both Slater and Cuthbert talking about the film and their roles. The film also stars the excellent William H. Macy.

Now though you can see the full trailer for He Was A Quiet Man in the main article. Before the story sounded like an intriguing one, and now the trailer backs that up. Have a look for yourself over the page.

From YouTube through JoBlo.



I think this looks really good and it's nice to see Cuthbert in something other than a horror movie. And Slater...it appears he hits it out of the ballpark.


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