In his new film “Stillwater,” Matt Damon wants you to know that he’s an American, and he sticks out like a sore thumb as a roughneck, good ‘ol boy from Oklahoma overseas in Marseilles, France.
Damon plays a man tirelessly working to free his daughter from a French prison over a murder she claims she did not commit, only to come face to face with language barriers, a complicated legal system, cultural differences and a shadowy group that doesn’t want the secret to get out.
But armed with a thick Oklahoma accent, a goatee and some US of A gumption, he won’t quit until his daughter is released.
“I’m trying to get my girl out of prison, that’s all I give a damn about,” Damon shouts in the trailer.
“You sound very American right now,” his