Kirsten Dunst's Buzzy New Film, The Two Faces of January, Gets A Trailer

Kirsten Dunst's new movie, The Two Faces of January, recently premiered at the 2014 Berlin International Film Festival, and it's attracting pretty major buzz. But, that's no surprise, really. With the writer of Drive and the producers of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy behind it, it's bound to be at least decent. And, from the looks of the riveting trailer, the film has a dangerous allure. Set in 1962 Athens, the story focuses on the swanky but secretive MacFarlands, an American couple (Dunst and Viggo Mortensen) who meet a dashing tour guide (Oscar Isaac) at the Acropolis. But, naturally, things aren't as leisurely as they seem. Soon, there's a bloody mess to clean up, not to mention sexual tension that must be at level 11 (Isaac fans take note.) The Two Faces of January will eventually be hitting a theater near you, ironically just in time for warmer weather. Until then, check out the gripping teaser below.
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