“Indignation” Trailer

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11 Responses to “Indignation” Trailer

  1. Looking forward to this!

  2. Artem says:

    Hi, Diana! Nice one story. Good, Percy Jackson finally came to the serious roles. I noticed though, you’re tending to pick the social dramas with heroes, having personal beliefs confronting the society’s order – out of other stories. Am I right?

    There’s another trailer I’d like you to glance at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3lFBq7_CPk

    Not sure if the story is deep enough for your review, though, but I like seeing Radcliffe trying himself in a new line.

    • dbmoviesblog says:

      Yes, I have seen this trailer. I agree with you, it will be very interesting to see Radcliffe in a more challenging role. Though after seeing some trailers to his ‘Swiss Army Man’, I can’t think of a more challenging or “disturbing” role.

  3. shows'n'movies says:

    I want to watch this!!!

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