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Good, Chicago International Film Festival, Jason Isaacs, Viggo Mortensen, Vicente Amorim, Michael Kutza

Good, Chicago International Film Festival, Jason Isaacs, Viggo Mortensen, Vicente Amorim, Michael Kutza

From left to right: “Good” actor Jason Isaacs, “Good” director Vicente Amorim, “Good” actor Viggo Mortensen and Chicago International Film Festival founder Michael Kutza at the U.S. premiere of “Good” on the closing night of the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival on Oct. 29, 2008.

Jason Isaacs, Good, Chicago International Film Festival

Jason Isaacs, Good, Chicago International Film Festival

Actor Jason Isaacs greets the HollywoodChicago.com camera on the red carpet for the film “Good” on Oct. 29, 2008 on the closing night of the 2008 Chicago International Film Festival.
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com

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