Mick Jagger has appeared in the new trailer for upcoming film The Burnt Orange Heresy as he takes on the role of a dangerous art dealer.
It sees The Rolling Stones frontman, Jagger takes on the first acting role since his 2001 appearance in The Man From Elysian Fields. The Italian-American drama/thriller, The Burnt Orange Heresy, was directed by Giuseppe Capotondi and clearly proved too tempting a lure to refuse.
The entire film was premiered at the 2019 Venice Film Festival but the trailer has only been publicly released today and is a tantalising taste of the film.
The clip sees Jagger’s shady art dealer character, Joseph Cassidy, trying to convince art critic James Figueras, played by Claes Bang, to rob Jerome Debney (Donald Sutherland) of a very valuable painting.
The synopsis reads, “Soon, James’ greed and ambition get the better of him, and he finds himself caught in a web of his own making.” While no UK release date has been set just yet, the film will have a US release on March 6th.
Watch the trailer for The Burnt Orange Heresy below: