PRESS STATEMENT FROM 20TH CENTURY FOX:
"From avant-garde filmmaker Steven Spielberg comes a sweeping epic essaying the final moments of a man’s legacy in Lincoln, starring Academy Award Winners Daniel Day Lewis, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones.
"20th Century Fox, Dreamworks Pictures present in association with Participant Media further reveals in Lincoln’s international trailer (VIEW TRAILER HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=v8ZLQ6UV7RI) the final four months of Abraham Lincoln’s life and presidency. The full measure of the man—his passion and his humanity—came to bear on his defining battle: to plot a forward path for a shattered nation, against overwhelming odds and extreme public and personal pressure.
"Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln provides an intimate immersion into the American leader’s most perilous and revealing moments, at a time when the dark shadow of slavery lifts and a country torn by war must be made whole.
"Brought to life via a layered screenplay by Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Kushner, Spielberg’s starkly human storytelling and the performance of Daniel Day-Lewis leading an accomplished cast, the film invites audiences directly into the heart and soul of Lincoln’s final achievements. The Lincoln who emerges is a man of raw paradoxes: funny and solemn, a playful storyteller and fierce power broker, a shrewd commander and a vulnerable father. But in his nation’s darkest hour, when the times demand the very best of people, he reaches from within himself for something powerful and everlasting.
“Lincoln opens in Philippine cinemas on February 20, 2013 from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros."
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