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Edmond - Trailer

Posted on: June 26, 2006 | Views: 90 | Comment

A man leaves his boring wife and humdrum existence and explores the city's underbelly.

From acclaimed playwright David Mamet, "You are not where you belong," says the fortuneteller, and Edmond (William H. Macy) begins his descent into a darkly funny yet horrifying modern urban hell in this compelling film, written by David Mamet and directed by Stuart Gordon.

The encounter with the fortune teller has caused bland businessman Edmond to confront the emptiness of his life and marriage. His wife (Rebecca Pidgeon) complains that the maid broke a lamp, and this seems to be the last straw, prompting him to flee the safe boredom of his home for the vortex of the dark streets of the city.

The strangely liberating act of leaving his wife tilts Edmond into a free-fall that he mistakes for freedom, although he certainly now feels alive. Stumbling into a local bar, Edmond meets a man (Joe Mantegna ) who convinces him that sex is what he needs to solve his problems and points him in the right direction. 

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fortune teller • joe mantegna • william h. macy • tarot • david mamet • new york