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Watch: Shia LaBeouf Gets Tortured and Falls Hard for Evan Rachel Wood in Red Band 'Charlie Countryman' Trailer

Indiewire By Ramzi De Coster | Indiewire November 4, 2013 at 12:26PM

Millennium Entertainment has released the red band trailer for writer-director Frederik Bond's "Charlie Countryman" starring Shia LaBeouf, Evan Rachel Wood, Mads Mikkelsen, Melissa Leo and Rupert Grint. When Charlie(LaBeouf) finds himself fatefully intertwined with free-spirited musician Gabi(Wood), an action-packed chase unravels through the criminal underworld of Bucharest as Gabi's (ex)husband and gangster Nigel(Mads Mikkelsen) vows to put a violent end to Charlie and Gabi's romance. While the original trailer certainly gave us a taste of the film's neon-lit acid trip aesthetic and the harrowing scene-to-scene gangster cruelty that accompanies it, the latest red band trailer expectedly takes things to the next level. Like its predecessor, the Red Band trailer goes through the film's good-to-bad narrative from the glossy Bucharest club scene to the unforgiving brutality of drug trafficking. Unlike the Green Band trailer, however, it adds to the mix a wide-eyed ecstasy-high Charlie, strip club nudity, torture, snippets of a sex scene, LaBeouf's bloody-bruised up face and more.
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The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman Shia LaBeouf Evan Rachel Wood

Millennium Entertainment has released the red band trailer for writer-director Frederik Bond's "Charlie Countryman" starring Shia LaBeouf, Evan Rachel Wood, Mads Mikkelsen, Melissa Leo and Rupert Grint.

When Charlie (LaBeouf) finds himself fatefully intertwined with free-spirited musician Gabi (Wood), an action-packed chase unravels through the criminal underworld of Bucharest as Gabi's (ex) husband and gangster Nigel (Mads Mikkelsen) vows to put a violent end to Charlie and Gabi's romance. While the original trailer certainly gave us a taste of the film's neon-lit acid trip aesthetic and the harrowing scene-to-scene gangster cruelty that accompanies it, the latest red band trailer takes things to the next level. Like its predecessor, the red band trailer goes through the film's good-to-bad narrative from the glossy Bucharest club scene to the unforgiving brutality of drug trafficking. Unlike the green band trailer, however, it adds to the mix a wide-eyed ecstasy-high Charlie, strip club nudity, torture, snippets of a sex scene, LaBeouf's bloody-bruised up face and more.

"Charlie Countryman" is set for a limited theatrical release on November 15.

Check out the red band trailer below: 

This article is related to: Charlie Countryman, Shia LaBeouf, Fredrik Bond, Evan Rachel Wood, Mads Mikkelsen