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If it had been released back in 1940, Battle in Seattle would have had a budget 20 times the average at the time. As it stands now here in 2008, an $8 million budget makes it a quaint little indie film with just the hope of breaking through the noise at the box office.

Not only did we get to talk to director Stuart Townsend recently, we’ve also gotten an exclusive look at the movie poster, a look we’re sharing with the rest of you Rejects (click to enlarge):

Battle in Seattle Movie Poster

If you’d rather have moving pictures to get you interested in a flick, and don’t yet realize that motion is an illusion perpetuated by man’s flimsy understanding of time, here’s the trailer that’s been floating around the internet at a few sites:

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