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Gerard Depardieu is Wild in NSFW 'Welcome to New York' UK Trailer

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July 11, 2014
Source: Altitude Film

Welcome to New York

Those familiar with Gerard Depardieu might not immediately picture him as a dastardly fiend who messes with the unsavory side of corrupt international banking. But that's exactly what the French actor becomes in Welcome to New York, the latest film from Abel Ferrara (King of New York, Mulberry St.). The film has already debuted in France, and is poised to hit the United Kingdom, so that means we get a trailer from across the pond. However, be careful where you watch it, because the crazy antics of Depardieu make it completely NSFW. It's basically like a foreign version of The Wolf of Wall Street, so there you go.

Here's the UK trailer for Abel Ferrara's Welcome to New York from Altitude Film:

Welcome to New York is directed by Abel Ferrara (King of New York, Chelsea on the Rocks, 4:44 Last Day on Earth) who co-wrote the script with Christ Zois, loosely based on the headline-making scandals of IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Mr Devereaux (Gerard Depardieu) is a powerful man who controls billions of dollars every day. A man who controls the economic fate of nations. A man who dreams of saving the world and who cannot save himself. A terrified man. A lost man. Watch him fall. The film hits the United Kingdom on August 8th, and IFC Films will release it in the United States, but there's no release date yet.

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  • txJM
    I don't understand the warning. Depardieu is not "wild" in this trailer. Several women are slutty, and some nondescript men's hands get grabby. Other than that, there's very little shock content here.
  • Richard Smith
    Jacqueline Bisset is just as stunning now as she was when she was when she starred in The Deep (1977) thirty-seven years ago. A ageless beauty.
  • DAVIDPD
    Something wicked this way comes.
  • Nash
    At last, DSK; the movie. I think reality is even more wild...
  • Hipolito123
    In my opinion, this movie more exemplifies the IMF and capitalism in general than it does any individual. The self-serving, non-dimensional characters drag out the non-existent plot forever. At its best, it's a vulgar attempt to capitalize on vulgarity. Cannes got it right.

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