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The Trailer for Day of the Falcon, Starring Antonio Banderas

January 23, 2013


The domestic trailer for director Jean-Jacques Annaud's Day of the Falcon (formerly Black Gold) is now online and you can check it out in the player below, courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers.

Set for release through iTunes on February 1, Day of the Falcon will hit limited theaters on March 1.

Starring Antonio Banderas, Mark Strong, Frieda Pinto and Tahar Rahim, Day of the Falcon is an epic film that tackles honor, greed, betrayal and love between rival kingdoms. Just as the two groups cease to fight after years of bloodshed, oil is discovered between their territories, reigniting their once violent past. It's now up to their children - young lovers who married in hopes of bringing the families together - to find a way to end the violence and to bring peace to the land.


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