Directed by: Hossein Amini
Produced by: Tom Sternberg;Tim Bevan
Screenplay by: Hossein Amini
Based on: The Two Faces of January by Patricia Highsmith
Starring: Viggo Mortensen;Kirsten Dunst;Oscar Isaac
Music by: Alberto Iglesias
Edited by: Nicolas Chaudeurge;Jon Harris
Running time: 97 minutes
Seeran Review: After he kills a detective, a con artist (Viggo Mortensen) and his wife (Kirsten Dunst) must trust a potentially
dangerous stranger (Oscar Isaac) to help them get out of Greece. The scenes procede deep inside forever clear. It shows the manner in which the greed and prejudice clash and wash away each other.
I just want to mention few looks which made the story to procede from the den.
1. The scene both Rydal and Chelster see for the first time. Rydal sees a face with suspicion (as he sees to be his father)
2. When both look for the second time in the corridor with Chelster who has killed the detective.
3. The third time at the ship when Chelster explains the way to look at Rydal.
4. The fourth time when Chelster see both dancing.
5. The fifth time next day morning while both were sleeping and in the bus.
6. The sixth the way he walks before Rydal in the mountains.
7. The seventh when he gets his opponent clear over the ship.
8. Last before Chelsters death the look of Rydal to Chelster.
SEE THE EIGHT LOOKS.