“The Promise” Trailer

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3 Responses to “The Promise” Trailer

  1. Artem says:

    It’s good they raise such a sensitive problems like Henocide. Unlike “The Water Diviner” this movie doesn’t portray Turks as some kind of heroes here. The rest of 2016 year looks promising in matter of upcoming dramas.

    • dbmovies says:

      This movie looks very promising, but strangely there is hardly anything regarding its news coverage. A bad sign. Bale likes to be in “controversial” films, and Isaac seems to feel at home in this marriage-breaker position, e.g. he is also in “The Two Faces of January”. I haven’t seen “The Water Diviner”, but at one point I very much want to watch it.

      • Artem says:

        The Water Diviner was a bummer for me. I expected to watch some heart-breaking personal drama and everything. But I got mixed feelings after all. The movie had an interesting idea of a father looking for his sons, who didn’t come back from a War. But then it turns out to something else. It wasn’t bad, I mean, but it didn’t match the expectation))). Maybe it’s my own perception.

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