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The Two Faces of January - Daisy Bevan and Oscar Isaac feature in new photo

A NEW image from international thriller The Two Faces of January, which is due for release late next year, has just been released.

The image features Daisy Bevan, daughter of Joely Richardson and grand-daughter of Vanessa Redgrave, and Oscar Isaac.

The Two Faces of January

About The Two Faces of January

Set in 1962, The Two Faces of January follows glamorous American couple, the charismatic Chester Macfarland (Viggo Mortensen) and his alluring younger wife Colette (Kirtsen Dunst) as they arrive in Athens by boat via the Corinthian Canal.

While sightseeing at the Acropolis they encounter Rydal (Isaac), a young, Greek-speaking American who is working as a tour guide, scamming tourists on the side. Drawn to Colette’s beauty and impressed by Chester’s wealth and sophistication, Rydal gladly accepts their invitation to dinner.

However, all is not as it seems with the MacFarlands and Chester’s affable exterior hides darker secrets. When Rydal visits the couple at their exclusive hotel, Chester presses him to help move the body of a seemingly unconscious man who he claims attacked him.

In the moment, Rydal agrees but as events take a more sinister turn he finds himself compromised and unable to pull himself free. His increasing infatuation with the vulnerable and responsive Colette gives rise to Chester’s jealousy and paranoia, leading to a tense and dangerous battle of wits between the two men.

Their journey takes them from Greece to Turkey, and to a dramatic finale played out in the back alleys of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar.

Daisy takes on the role of Lauren, a young ingénue who falls into the clutches of a small-time conman.

The Two Faces of January is based on the novel of the same name by Patricia Highsmith and has been adapted for the screen by Academy Award nominee Hossein Amini (Drive, Snow White and the Huntsman, The Wings of the Dove).

Related: See the first-look photo

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