Warning: The above video clip contains explicit language.
In the upcoming film Blind, wealthy socialite Suzanne Dutchman (Moore) is tasked with reading to blind novelist Bill Oakland (Baldwin) as part of a plea deal after being linked to her husband’s insider trading.
In an exclusive clip from the film, Baldwin and Moore’s characters go head-on in a scathing conversation during one of their weekly reading sessions.
“Oh my dear, even a visually impaired man can see what you’re all about,” Bill says to Suzanne.
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“And what type is that?” she responds.
“The type who loves her enormous penthouse and her ridiculously oversized diamond ring enough to cast a blind eye to all the heartless acts her husband had to commit in order to get her these things,” he says, which leads Suzanne to storm out.
While the sneak peak shows Oakland and Dutchman’s relationship as rocky and defensive, it eventually grows into an impassioned love affair. The socialite must decide between a lavish, yet unfulfilling, life with her husband and her new love.
And this isn’t the first time Baldwin and Moore have appeared on screen together. The two actors also went head-to-head in the 1996 film The Juror.
Blind hits to theaters July 14.