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Jamie Bell Stars in Full-Length Trailer for True London Thriller '6 Days'

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May 11, 2017
Source: YouTube

6 Days Trailer

"It's down to the negotiators to break the deadlock. Or, your men will have to storm the embassy." An official full-length trailer has debuted for the true story action thriller film 6 Days, about the attack on the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980. The standoff lasted for six days, with a group of SAS soldiers eventually breaching the embassy to put an end to the horror. Jamie Bell stars as one of the special forces soldiers tasked with leading the raid. This also stars Mark Strong, Abbie Cornish, Emun Elliott, Nicholas Boulton, Martin Shaw, and Tim Downie. 6 Days is the latest film from the director of the Maori action film The Dead Lands. This actually looks damn good, with an impressive cast that makes it worth watching.

Here's the new full-length trailer (+ poster) for Toa Fraser's 6 Days, from YouTube (via Trailer Track):

6 Days Movie

In April 1980, six armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London, taking 26 people inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of highly trained soldiers from the SAS prepared for a raid, the likes of which the world had never seen before. 6 Days is directed by up-and-coming British filmmaker Toa Fraser, of Naming Number Two, Dean Spanley, Giselle, and The Dead Lands previously. The screenplay is written by Glenn Standring, who did extensive research and interviews with various individuals who played a key part in the days leading up to, during, and after the Embassy siege. 6 Days is set to open in the UK starting August 4th, but still has no US release date yet.

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  • DAVIDPD
    They went overboard with text on the poster thing...like way overboard.
    • Bo
      ...lol...good observation, David...and true!
      • LeoForPrez
        as opposed to a good observation that is false
    • Lewis
      Yeah that is way to much, could for something more subtle used by the Regiment. We are Pilgrims or Always a little further, hell even the classic Who Dares Wins would of looked better.
  • The dead lands was pretty good.
  • Yesterday i watched the movie nocturnal Animals. And maybe it's the best movie i ever seen... negative comments in 1,2,3
    • grimjob
      You're so stupid for having your own opinion Ari! You need to follow what the internets say and only agree with the majority. Only fools have informed opinions. I've actually never seen it.
      • Would like to know your opinion grim job... I found it amazing, such a beautiful, well shot movie, with a great great soundtrack..
        • grimjob
          I'll check it out sometime. Michael Shannon is always amazing.
    • shiboleth
      I just watched it (while I had no idea that you also did) and I join you here with claim that Nocturnal Animals is a great film. Amy Adams is very beautiful, of course, but the story is indeed very well told. So, there are two of in this ...
      • Yes i was very surprised, because it's more like a arthouse movie, but the setting and the musicscore where amazing. I am truly in doubt if it is my nr 1 movie. Such a perfect film...
        • shiboleth
          Well, before watching it, I didn't know anything about this film except the trailer. I liked the tone of it and it looked like a well made. Sometimes I just trust what I see and don't read what others say about it. Yes, music was very good, but I liked it very much visually, also. But all of that, including good acting ensemble (yeah, as already said, Michael Shannon is great here, too; no surprises there, right?), wouldn't be any good if there was no interesting and good story. And, luckily, there it was. As for arthouse, indie or some label, to be honest, I don't care, I just like when film is made good. And this one just is...
  • Lewis
    A flick for the lads night out, looking forward to the cheers in the Odean at H.
  • grimjob
    Mark Strong has become one of my favorite actors, consistently solid performances. I always smile when his name shows up.
    • TAH
      Agree 100%, even in some of the dross he's done over the years he still puts in top notch performances. I haven't seen Grimsby yet though so may have to take this.comment back.
      • grimjob
        Ha! I actually forgot about that one. Haven't seen it either, not much interest. But I'm sure he does the best he can with what he's given.
        • TAH
          Yeah definitely. Approaching The Unknown is a good example. I personally thought the film was awful but I felt compelled to watch it because Strong's acting was so intense. Like you say, he does the best with what he's got.
  • TAH
    This looks great. Jamie Bell is one of my favourite British actors at the moment alongside Jack O'Connell.
  • shiboleth
    Yup, Jamie Bell and Mark Strongs sell it. Story, not so much ...
  • This looks pretty intense. I have no idea regarding the outcome of the situation, and I look forward to the movie telling me "the untold story". 😉

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