1962. A couple American fancy formed by charismatic Chester MacFarland (Viggo Mortensen) and his attractive young wife, Colette (Kirsten Dunst) is vacationing in Athens, Greece. While walking through the ruins of the famous Acropolis, the two I know Rydal (Oscar Isaac), a young American, Greek speaker who spends his time working as a tour guide and Hornswoggle turistele naive. Attracted by the beauty of Colette and impressed by the wealth and refinement released from Chester, Rydal immediately accepts their invitation to dinner.
Although seemingly relaxed and sophisticated, Chester hides dark secrets. When Rydal visit them at the luxurious hotel stay, Chester puts pressure on it to help to transport an individual unconscious that he would be attacked. In vria moment, Rydal accept that you will regret it in full later, when events take a turn for the terrible, and he will be unable to get out of this mess away with. In addition, flirting occurs between Rydal and vulnerable Colette lead to jealousy and paranoia crisis from Chester, indeed, a dangerous battle egos and not only between the two. The journey takes them all three in Greece, in Turkey, in Istanbul and in a dramatic final hidden alleys of the Grand Bazaar.
Viggo Mortensen (The Lord Of The Rings, The Road, A History Of Violence), Kirsten Dunst (Spider-Man, Melancholia, Marie-Antoinette) and Oscar Isaac (Drive, The Bourne Legacy, Inside Llewyn Davis), led by baton Hossein Amini’s bring on the big screen in a film full of mystery Romania, more unexpected twists and suspense. Triangle of love and death (The Two Faces of January) accents romantic thriller which is based on the novel The Two Faces of January, written by Patricia Highsmith, may be viewed as of May 30, in theaters across the country.