With 'Norman,' Richard Gere Continues A Streak Of Interesting Roles

The new movie opens April 14.

Richard Gere has done consistently interesting, out-of-the-box work over the past few years, but most of his movies haven’t found long shelf lives. His latest eclectic performance is “Norman,” in which Gere plays a busybody New York fixer who unwittingly befriends the future Israeli prime minister ― a connection that proves complicated when international political schemes find Norman in over his head.

The Huffington Post has an exclusive clip from “Norman,” which opens April 14. Gere shares the scene with Charlotte Gainsbourg, who plays a embassy official to whom Norman runs his mouth during a train ride, invoking suspicions.

Watch the clip above.

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