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  • Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing - salmon fishing in the yemen screening
  • Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing - salmon fishing in the yemen screening
  • Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing - salmon fishing in the yemen screening
  • Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing - salmon fishing in the yemen screening
  • Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing - salmon fishing in the yemen screening
  • Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing - salmon fishing in the yemen screening
  • Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing - salmon fishing in the yemen screening
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    Patricia Clarkson and Ewan McGregor

    Photography by Alexis Dahan

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    Emily Blunt and Simon Beaufoy

    Photography by Alexis Dahan

    March 2012

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    Nicole Trunfio

    Photography by Alexis Dahan

    March 2012

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    Yelena Yemchuk and Helena Christensen

    Photography by Alexis Dahan

    March 2012

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    Ann Dexter Jones

    Photography by Alexis Dahan

    March 2012

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    Robert Konkic and Julia Restion-Roitfeld

    Photography by Alexis Dahan

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    Greta Gerwig

    Photography by Alexis Dahan

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Emily Blunt and Ewan Mcgregor Go Fishing

An unlikely storm of elements—fishing, Academy award-winners and New York socials—collided Thursday evening when The Cinema Society and Opium Yves Saint Laurent hosted a screening of Salmon Fishing in Yemen, film written by Simon Beaufoy based on the novel by Paul Torday. The movie follows a sheik who wants to promote the sport of—you guessed it—salmon fishing in a desert, with the help of a representative (Emily Blunt) and British fishing expert (Ewan McGregor). Blunt and McGregor did their turns on the red carpet at the Crosby Street Hotel and post-viewing, Helena Christensen, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, Patricia Clarkson and others stuck around to party.

An unlikely storm of elements—fishing, Academy award-winners and New York socials—collided Thursday evening when The Cinema Society and Opium Yves Saint Laurent hosted a screening of Salmon Fishing in Yemen, film written by Simon Beaufoy based on the novel by Paul Torday.