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Ben Affleck and Rebecca Hall Premiere 'The Town' at Venice Film Festival

September 9, 2010 (5:02 am) GMT
The on-screen couple was joined by co-stars Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner at the Wednesday, September 8 event which took place at Palazzo del Cinema.
Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm, Jeremy Renner

has brought "" to Italy at Venice International Film Festival. Accompanied by co-star who was dressed in a green flowing dress, the actor/director premiered the film on Wednesday, September 8 night at Palazzo del Cinema.

The red carpet event was additionally attended by other lead actors like and who all donned formal black and white outfit. Another "Town" beauty , however, could not join them as she was busy filming her TV series "" in New York City that afternoon.

"The social realism aspect of it was really important to me," Affleck stated about the film, which is set in Boston, during a press conference. "I don't think you can like a movie like this or believe a movie like this unless you have a strong sense of place and really believe that the characters are from there and what you see is really happening."

"The Town" follows unrepentant criminal Doug MacRay who falls in love with a woman he and his partners took as a hostage at a bank robbery. With a dedicated FBI agent chasing the gang, MacRay and Claire Keesey's romance has the potential to take them both down a dangerous and deadly path. This crime drama thriller will grace theaters across the nation on September 17.



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