A terrorist act on the most video-wired streets in the world — London. Ex-lover lawyers (Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall) are defending the man accused on carrying out the terrorism.
And Julia Stiles is a New York Times reporter covering them. And the trial.
This late late August movie feels like the first “fall” picture, in that “Constant Gardener” release slot. Let’s hope it’s as good as that one.
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