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The Promise (2016 film)

The Promise
Directed by Terry George
Produced by Eric Esrailian
William Hornberg
Mike Medavoy
Ralph Winter
Screenplay by Terry George
Robin Swicord
Starring Christian Bale
Oscar Isaac
Charlotte Le Bon
James Cromwell
Jean Reno
Cinematography Javier Aguirresarobe
Language English

The Promise is an upcoming historical drama directed by Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac.

Contents

  • Premise 1
  • Cast 2
  • Production 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Premise

A love triangle develops between a medical student, an American journalist based in Paris and a beautiful woman during the final days of the Ottoman Empire.

Cast

Production

Filming began Autumn 2015 in Portugal and the Canary Islands,[6] with the shooting scheduled to last until December.[7]

References

  1. ^ Christian Bale And Oscar Isaac Will Star In An Epic Love Story The Promise
  2. ^ Christian Bale And Oscar Isaac Will Star In An Epic Love Story The Promise
  3. ^ ‘The Walk’ Star Charlotte Le Bon Joins Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac in ‘The Promise’ (Exclusive)
  4. ^ James Cromwell, Jean Reno Join Christian Bale’s ‘The Promise’
  5. ^ James Cromwell, Jean Reno Join Christian Bale’s ‘The Promise’
  6. ^ Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac to Star in Romance ‘The Promise’
  7. ^ James Cromwell, Jean Reno Join Christian Bale’s ‘The Promise’

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