Promoting his latest film THE NOVEMBER MAN in Moscow, former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan hoped for peace between Russia and Ukraine, as he clearified the story of the film has no relationship with the conflict that broke up at the beginning of the year.
"We wrote this story three years ago. So it’s just the confluence of time that we have this movie coming out, and the issues of politics and what’s happening in the Ukraine, and this movie. It was not our intention", the 61-year-old actor said upon his arrival to Moscow. "It is deeply heartfelt moment in history for you all here and for people back in America well to see what’s going on, and I would hope for peace. I would hope that things would get resolved".
Pierce Brosnan stars in THE NOVEMBER MAN as Peter Devereaux, a retired CIA agent brought back in action to protect Alice Fournier, played by Ukranian actress Olga Kurylenko (from QUANTUM OF SOLACE) a key witness involved with a shadowy Russian politican. The film, which he also produces with his company Irish Dreamtime, is helmed by DANTE'S PEAK director Roger Donaldson.