Alex de la Iglesia’s ‘The Last Circus’ Red-Band Trailer

Alex de la Iglesia’s ‘The Last Circus’ Red-Band Trailer
"Because if I wasn't a clown I'd be a murderer." That's a line in The Last Circus, the latest film from Spanish director Álex de la Iglesia, aka the director of El Crimen Ferpecto, 800 Bullets, and The Day of the Beast. He has made crazy films before, so The Last Circus is in good company, but it is still rare that we get a look at a movie that seems quite this insane. Set at first in the late '30s, then moving forward to the '70s, the movie tells a multi-generational tale of violence, large-scale killing, and clowns. This one looks like a mind-blower. Check out the red-band trailer -- definitely not safe for work -- after the break. And here's the first teaser, which is also almost Nsfw: 1937, Spain is in the midst of the brutal Spanish Civil War. A "Happy" circus clown is interrupted mid-performance and forcibly recruited by a militia.
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