‘The November Man’ coming to India on 29 August

MUMBAI: The spy thriller based on the novel ‘There Are No Spies’ by Bill Granger, The November Man will hit the theatres on 29 August 2014.


Starring former James Bond Pierce Brosnan, Australian actor Luke Bracey and Olga Kurylenko, The November Man, is directed by Roger Donaldson, known for his works like Species, The Recruit, The Bank Job and produced by Beau St. Clair of Irish Dream Time and Sriram Das of Das Films.


With a screenplay by Michael Finch and Karl Gajdusek, The November Man is the ultimate cat and mouse game set in the world of international espionage. It is a dark, gritty and realistic story with its roots in spy films of the past.


While Pierce Brosnan plays Peter Devereaux, a man, now living a peaceful life who is reluctantly lured back into his old CIA role for one final mission, Kurylenko is a social worker who is a brave, beautiful, compassionate and insightful woman caught in the middle of other people’s crossfire and forced to trust a complete stranger in Devereaux to protect her.


‘There’s nothing black or white about Devereaux, he’s pretty lethal,” says Brosnan. Talking about Devereaux, director Donaldson says, “He is such a tough, ruthless, bleak character that he's been nicknamed The November Man. The idea is that it's like the onset of winter when everything dies and Pierce, I think really rose to the challenge and does a great job with this character.”


Aussie actor Luke Bracey plays the role of David Mason. When asked about acting against Pierce in the film, Luke said, “It was an absolute thrill. I couldn’t believe it at the start when I first got the job but it was great and I felt very fortunate.”


With growing suspicions of a mole in the agency, there is no one Devereaux can trust, no rules and no holds barred. So get ready for this action packed film coming soon in the theatres near you.

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