‘Swimming Home’, Justin Anderson’s directorial debut, starring Ariane Labed, Christopher Abbott and Mackenzie Davis is set to start shooting in Greece in October.
The film is an adaptation of the Man Booker Prize-nominated novel of the same name by Deborah Levy and is a dark comedy about a troubled married couple and their teenage daughter whose holiday is transformed by the naked stranger they find floating in the pool of their villa.
Swimming Home is produced by Emily Morgan of the UK’s Quiddity Films, whose credits include the Bafta-winning I Am Not A Witch, with Andy Starke of Rook Films (In Fabric, Free Fire, Duke of Burgundy, Kill List, Possessor, The Souvenir), with Paula Linhares and Marcos Tellechea of Brazil’s Reagent Media (American Made, Pacified, Rio I Love You), Giorgos Karnavas and Konstantinos Kontovrakis of Greece’s Heretic (Triangle Of Sadness, Along The Way, Magnetic Fields), and Leontine Petit and Erik Glijnis of Lemming Film (The Lobster, Do Not Hestitate, Monos, Pleasure).
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