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Oldboy Commercial (2013)

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Oldboy Commercial

Summer/Fall 2013
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Plot / Description

This is a trailer for the 2013 film, 'Oldboy' starring Josh Brolin and Samuel L. Jackson, directed by Spike Lee. 
"OLDBOY - Official Red Band Trailer (2013) [HQ]"

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Where the fuck is the phone? Hello? Hello?! Hey! Tell me why I'm in here! Look at me! No, no, no, no, no, no! 
The body of Donna Hawthorne was discovered. The prime suspect, Joseph Ducett, the victim's former husband and father of the surviving child.  
Nobody will believe me. 
Your father's been missing for 20 years. If I could somehow bring him here, do you think you could forgive him? 
I could try. 
What happened to him? 
He showed up last night... 
I need your help, Johnny. 
...I haven't seen the guy in like 20 years.  
Who are you? 
If you are trying to find your daughter, and clear your name, I could help you. 
If you would like to see your daughter alive again, answer two questions. One: Why did I imprison you for twenty years? And Two: Why did I let you go? 
I don't want you to go. 
You don't have a choice. 
And whoever you are, I will find you. 
I only run this place, alright? Shit, you might wanna think about what you're doing here. 
I've been thinking about it for the last 20 years.

Written Text

October 8 1993 
President William J. Clinton 
January 20, 1997 
City of New Orleans 
August 31, 2005 
President Barack Obama 
January 21, 2013 
From Director  
Spike Lee 
This Fall 
Nothing Is More Twisted 
Than The Truth 
October 2013