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Jessica Chastain fights Sam Worthington in a new exclusive clip . Mirren's Rachel Singer), Sam Worthington and Marton Csokas seek out the. selves are played by Jessica Chastain, Sam Worthington and Marton Csokas. If this kind of well-made picture looks dated, that's a shame. Chastain, a relative newcomer, was strongly featured in “The Tree of Life Sam Worthington and Jessica Chastain play Israeli agents trying to.
My idea of Helen Mirren was this grand, solid foundation, that was a force of a woman. When I saw this interview with her, when she was younger, her voice was a little bit higher and she was a little bit unsure of herself. We worked with a dialect coach together. We worked on mannerisms that we might use. I did so much to try to get to know Helen, as much as I could.
You have some really interesting and difficult scenes with Jesper Christensen.
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How did you get into a mind-set to do those, especially the gynecological scenes? I have to say, though, that I love the scene where I stab him in the neck so much because I hated filming those scenes.
I love Jesper Christensen. But, every time I talked to him, he was between my legs, and it was so uncomfortable and awful. So, I was just so ready to take him down. What was that experience like? He lost all of his family, and I believe she also lost all of her family.
In Texas Killing Fields, my character really cannot stand her ex-husband — just like the sound of his voice and everything. But then, because he is her ex-husband, there is the memory of someone that you spent so much time with. Is there any more news about the next untitled Terrence Malick film? I was just going to go visit the set because I love the crew, I love Terry, and I love everyone so much.
What brought you to the set in the first place? How did you like shooting in Oklahoma? I wish I had been there longer. How do you make decisions about whether you should take a paycheck because of a lot of visibility versus something that is not your style?
I never go the big paycheck route.
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I play a punk character, in a punk band. For me, those are the things that I will always try to do. In the ensuing shootout, David sacrifices his chance to escape in order to save the compromised Rachel.
The agents have no choice but to bring Vogel to their apartment and plan a new extraction. The agents take turns monitoring and feeding Vogel while leaving him chained to the wall heater. During his shift, David becomes violently enraged after Vogel explains his beliefs that Jews have many weaknesses, such as selfishness, making them easily subdued. David smashes a glass plate over Vogel's head and repeatedly beats him, only to be stopped and restrained by Stefan.
Later on, Stefan and David go out, leaving Rachel home to monitor Vogel by herself. After managing to cut through his bonds using a shard of the broken plate, Vogel ambushes Rachel with the shard, leaving her with a permanent scar on her face and escapes.
Panicking and hoping to save face, Stefan convinces Rachel and David to go along with the fiction that Vogel was killed. They agree to lie and use the cover story that Rachel shot and killed Vogel as he attempted to flee. In the following years, the agents become venerated as national heroes for their roles in the mission.
At a dinner after their daughter's book release party, Stefan takes Rachel aside to set a meeting to discuss new information he has obtained. Later, at David's flat, Stefan provides evidence that Vogel is in an insane asylum in Ukraineand is soon scheduled to be interviewed by a local journalist.
David had been investigating the man at Stefan's request and killed himself out of fear that the lie would be exposed. Rachel refutes Stefan's explanation, recalling an encounter with David a day before his suicide, in which he revealed his shame about the lie and disclosed that he had spent years unsuccessfully searching the world for Vogel.
He was further disheartened by Rachel's admission that she would continue propagating the lie to protect those closest to her, particularly her daughter. Nevertheless, at the direction of Mossad, Rachel finally feels compelled to travel to Kiev.
She investigates the journalist's lead and is able to travel to the asylum. She reaches the room just minutes before the journalist and discovers the man claiming to be Vogel is not him. Describing the encounter to Stefan over the phone, Rachel declares she will not continue to lie about the mission.