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First Clips of Madonna's 'W.E.' See Two Different Affairs

September 5, 2011 (8:31 am) GMT
One of the videos gives a look at Wallis Simpson having an argument with King Edward VIII, while the other one shows Wally Winthrop speaking to her Russian secret lover Evgeni.
First Clips of Madonna's 'W.E.' See Two Different Affairs

First clips of 's "" have landed on the web. One of the clips shows a scene where Wallis Simpson and King Edward VIII walk in what looks like a garden and argue about whether or not they should be together despite some people who oppose their relationship.

The other new clip, meanwhile, provides a look at Wally Winthrop and her secret love interest Evgeni together in a chamber. Evgeni is seen putting a precious necklace on Winthrop's neck, but the woman looks forlorn as she has something else to think about.

"W.E." highlights the affair between King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson that led to the British royal abdicating from the throne to marry his divorcee lover. The film marks Madonna's second directorial stint after 2008's "".

plays Simpson, while tackles the role as King Edward VIII. Meanwhile, and portray Winthrop and Evgeni respectively. Additionally, Judy Parfitt, Geoffrey Palmer and James Fox support the cast ensemble. The drama was premiered at the 68th Venice Film Festival as part of out of competition movies, and is slated for a limited release in U.S. theaters on December 9.

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