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Toronto Film Festival 2012: ARTHUR NEWMAN movie clip and images

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Check out a first clip as well as new images from Dante Ariola's Arthur Newman starring Colin Firth and Emily Blunt. The comedy drama scripted by Becky Johnson is currently playing at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

Cast also has Anne Heche, David Andrews, Kristin Lehman, Sterling Beaumon, Steve Coulter and Anthony Reynolds on board.

Check out the clip and two photos (1 of which is unsnipped version of the featured image) below the synopsis.

Arthur Newman Movie Clip:

About Arthur Newman:

Wallace Avery is tired of his life. Divorced, disconnected from his son, dissatisfied with his love life, he decides the time has come for a radical solution. He literally walks away from his life, buys himself a new identity as Arthur Newman, and sets out toward his own private Oz - Terre Haute, Indiana - where he believes he has a chance to work as a golf pro. Wallace's idea of a second chance is to become a second person.His road trip is derailed by the entrance of Michaela Fitzgerald, whom Arthur discovers passed out poolside at a motel. It takes her all of a couple hours to bust Arthur's identity scam. It takes Arthur a lot longer to bust hers.Colin Firth and Emily Blunt co-star in this gently comic love story set in a perfect storm of identity crisis. ARTHUR NEWMAN, from a screenplay written by Becky Johnston, looks at how two people, desperate to remake themselves, fall in love and find a way to accept responsibility for who they really are.

Arthur Newman Trailer:

 

arthur newman with emily blunt and colin firth

arthur newman - photo 2 with emily blunt and colin firth


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