Los Angeles: After producing last summer's London Summer Olympics opening ceremony, British filmmaker Danny Boyle is back in the movies with 'Trance.'
The psychological caper, opening in U.S. movie theaters on Friday, stars James McAvoy as man who teams with a criminal (Vincent Cassel) to steal a painting, but suffers a blow to the head during the heist. Unable to remember where he hid the painting, the man works with a hypnotherapist (Rosario Dawson) to regain his memory.
The British filmmaker, 56, sat down with Reuters to talk about 'Trance' and why it's unlikely he'll ever work with a major star.
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