Jeez, Michael Fassbender! Take a holiday, will you? Since he broke out in Steve McQueen’s “Hunger” in 2008, he’s made over 20 movies, with three last year (“Slow West,” “Macbeth” and “Steve Jobs”) alone, and four this year, with “X-Men: Apocalypse” and “The Light Between Oceans” already in theaters, and potential blockbuster “Assassin’s Creed” landing at Christmas.
The fourth is “Trespass Against Me,” a British crime drama that sees Fassbender star as a young father whose own charismatic criminal dad tries to drag him back into the outlaw life. Also starring Sean Harris, Lyndsey Marshal and Rory Kinnear, it’s the directorial debut of “Doctor Who” director Adam Smith and just bowed at TIFF this weekend, where our review gave it a B+ and particularly praised Gleeson’s performance.
And now you can get your first look at the film, with the first released clip. A24 will release the movie at a date yet to be named, and if you missed it at TIFF, it’s playing at the BFI London Film Festival next month. Watch the clip below.