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Last week, the trailer for Steven Soderbergh's penultimate "Side Effects" arrived and it was pretty crackling stuff. Both exciting and eerie, it promises a thriller that will be a bit of twisty psychological thriller, and indeed the film's writer Scott Z. Burns (who also penned the Soderbergh directed "Contagion") reveals a variety of intriguing influences on the picture. Starring Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum, Jude Law and Catherine Zeta-Jones, the movie tracks the encroaching paranoia of a young woman whose anxiety goes up when her husband is released from prison. As for what happens beyond that, Burns only teased to EW, “If you believe that’s what the trailer says, I’m not going to disabuse you of that. But I think there’s two or three more layers on top of that.” But Burns reveals that the simple fact that antidepressants are some of the best selling drugs in »

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