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Dominic Cooper is Uday Hussein x2 in Devil's Double trailer

04.26.2011

If you either follow the news or watch Arrested Development, you know that back when he was in power, Saddam Hussein used various lookalikes to try and avoid assassination. His son Uday did the same, and now there's a new film that chronicles the plight of his double.

Dominic Cooper plays bother roles, the psychotic Uday and his unwilling body double Latif. The film shows the lavish lifestyle the dictator's son lived, and how much of a sociopath he was. A very interesting concept, and one that I would imagine would be a great acting challenge.

Check out the trailer below via Yahoo.

Extra Tidbit: "Pardon my rudeness, I am behaving like an UDAY lookalike!"
Source: Yahoo!

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5:46PM on 04/27/2011
Looks damn good!
Looks damn good!
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9:10PM on 04/26/2011
Facts:
1. Dominic Cooper will break out
2. Will be darkly humorous
3. Will get flak for Brits playing Iraqis.

I'm game
Facts:
1. Dominic Cooper will break out
2. Will be darkly humorous
3. Will get flak for Brits playing Iraqis.

I'm game
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3:06PM on 04/26/2011

It's got my attention

I've heard nothing but good things about this film, hope it lives up to the hype
I've heard nothing but good things about this film, hope it lives up to the hype
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2:54PM on 04/26/2011
Looks interesting at least, possibly great based on the performances
Looks interesting at least, possibly great based on the performances
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1:39PM on 04/26/2011

I wanna see it

I first off can't think this is that commercially viable as the Husseins have been dead for some years now and America has all-but swept that chapter under the rug. But the idea, and the performances, make me attracted. True though, Lee Tamahori hasn't yet eclipsed "Once Were Warriors."
I first off can't think this is that commercially viable as the Husseins have been dead for some years now and America has all-but swept that chapter under the rug. But the idea, and the performances, make me attracted. True though, Lee Tamahori hasn't yet eclipsed "Once Were Warriors."
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12:21PM on 04/26/2011

disappointing

I was expecting something alot darker but this trailer seems to suggest that this is just another commerical biopic, told in the style of a ganster film.

Oh Lee Tamahori, Once Were Warriors was a masterpiece, the greatest film about domestic abuse and all you've done since then is sell your soul to Hollywood. Shame.
I was expecting something alot darker but this trailer seems to suggest that this is just another commerical biopic, told in the style of a ganster film.

Oh Lee Tamahori, Once Were Warriors was a masterpiece, the greatest film about domestic abuse and all you've done since then is sell your soul to Hollywood. Shame.
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