Monday, September 26, 2011

The Devil's Double Receives a Golden Gala

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The Pathe Tuschinski Theatre hosted a "Golden Gala" for the film The Devil's Double. Several cast members were in attendance including Dominic Cooper, Mem Ferda, Raad Rawi and Mimoun Oaissa. Also, the biographer Latif Yahia, on whom The Devil's Double is based, was in attendance with writer Michael Thomas. The event was golden in theme, with some of the events matching the glamorous moments of the film, as noted by actor Ferda: "of all the premieres I have attended this has truly been the most spectacular."

The Pathe Tuschinski Theatre is located in Amsterdam and this event was held September 5th. Organizers of the event included Corrino Media Group, Corsan, Staccato and A-Film. The event was a huge success as seen by the photos in the slideshow below. Enjoy the red carpet glamour of The Devil's Double, which is in theatres now.

The synopsis for the film is here:

"Bagdad, the playground for the rich and infamous, where anything can be bought, but for a price. This is Uday Hussein’s world and with his depraved lust for debauchery and immorality, he helps himself to whatever turns him on.

When army lieutenant Latif Yahia, is summoned to Saddam’s palace, he is faced with an impossible request - to be Uday’s - fiday, his body double, or have his family condemned to death.

In a world entrenched in betrayal and corruption knowing who to trust becomes a matter of life or death for Latif, as he battles to escape from his forced existence" (Devil's Double).

Release Date: In Theatres Now.

Director: Lee Tamahori.

Writer: Michael Thomas.

Producer: Paul Breuls, Michael John Fedun and Emjay Rechsteiner.

Cast: Dominic Cooper, Raad Rawi, Mem Ferda, Philip Quast and Mimoun Oaissa.

Several pictures from the gala are hosted here on Youtube:



More on The Devil's Double at the film's homepage:

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