Official Trailer for Rachel Weisz Film 'The Whistleblower' Finally Out

May 27, 2011
Source: Apple

The Whistleblower Trailer

"Doesn't matter who I work for, I wouldn't let anybody get away with this." We finally have an official trailer for the political indie drama The Whistleblower starring Rachel Weisz courtesy of its debut on Apple. We first featured a trailer for this a little over a year ago, but it was pulled because it was an early release. This new trailer has definitely amped up the energy and seems way more like a war film than the political drama it supposedly is. The supporting cast includes: Monica Bellucci, Vanessa Redgrave, David Strathairn, Benedict Cumberbatch, David Hewlett and Liam Cunningham. It doesn't actually look half bad.

Watch the official trailer for Larysa Kondracki's The Whistleblower:

You can watch The Whistleblower trailer in High Definition on Apple

A policewoman risks her job and her safety to uncover a scandal involving the U.N. in post-war Bosnia.

The Whistleblower is directed by filmmaker Larysa Kondracki, of only a Serbian film called Viko previously. The script was co-written by Kondracki & Eilis Kirwan (Little Christmas, Nostradamus and Me). The story is based on the experiences of Kathryn Bolkovac, a Nebraska cop who served as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia and outed the U.N. for covering up a sex scandal. This played at the Toronto Film Fest last year and is being released by Samuel Goldwyn Films. Whistleblower arrives in limited theaters starting August 5th.

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Reader Feedback - 10 Comments


Much better than the promo trailer released previously for The Whistleblower. on May 27, 2011


they could film Rachel Weisz  reading the phonebook and I would watch.

Hallospaceboy on May 27, 2011


Looks heavy. People traffickers are scum. Sex Tourism is big business though and they rarely ever get caught. This film seems to be giving us an idea why.

Crapola on May 27, 2011


I'm in. I'll probably cringe a lot (Not from bad acting or anything like that).

Xerxexx on May 27, 2011


Do you mean uncomfortable subject matter, then?  In that case, me too.  If you've seen Brokeback Mountain, Mysterious Skin, or Tideland, though, you've probably been about as uncomfortable as you can be watching a movie.

JL on May 28, 2011


Looks tense, great cast.  Not the kind of thing I visit the theater for, but a must see on my list.

JL on May 28, 2011


I will be seeing this film for sure! It seems like the female answer to "The Bourne" franchise

Casey Carroll on May 28, 2011


No, actually the female answer to "THe Bourne" franchise is the upcoming Soderbergh movie "Haywire"

Binh on May 30, 2011


Wow, Rachel's accent has gone missing. And wtf, Monica Belucci has turned into Helen Mirran! *exaggeration*

Binh on May 30, 2011


BENEDICT!! Awe yeah! Good to see him in something different. He rocks.

RFabry on Jun 1, 2011

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