The accolades are already rolling in for J.C. Chandor‘s “A Most Violent Year.” The film has already been named the best film of the year by the National Board Of Review, it’s landed on our list of 2014’s Best Action Scenes and is sure to infiltrate more top ten lists before the month is out. Today another new look at the film has arrived, with a brand new clip and featurette.
Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain lead the film, which regards an immigrant trying to rise in the corrupted structures of the American dream during the most violent year in New York City history. But it isn’t easy, and he may not have the necessary fight in him, as this scene shows with Chastain revealing she may have more backbone for the job. Meanwhile, the following three-minute behind-the-scenes look highlights the rapport between former college-mates Chastain and Isaac, and explores the rest of the cast as well.
“A Most Violent Year” arrives on December 31st. Watch below.