The Stranger Inside steps outside through LevelK
by Jorn Rossing Jensen
- Still in production, Danish director Adam V Neutzsky-Wulff's English-language thriller debut with William Baldwin will be marketed by the Copenhagen-based film boutique
Danish director Adam V. Neutzsky-Wulff, whose credits include 40 episodes of three different television series, including 2900 Happiness, which he also wrote, and 100 music videos, is currently finishing his feature debut, The Stranger Inside.
Scripted by Neutzsky-Wulff and shot with English dialogue in the US, Spain and Denmark, the thriller – which will be completed in January – stars US actors William Baldwin (Born on the Fourth of July, Backdraft, Sliver), Sarah Butler (I Spit on your Grave, The Demented), and Canadian actress Estella Warren (Planet of the Apes, The Cooler).
Warren plays an actress, Emily Moore, who is kidnapped and tortured by a masked man deemed a psychotic fan by the press – but Emily knows the real reason for his attack. On the run from the terror, she leaves New York for a Mediterranean island with her psychiatrist husband (Badlwin); here a young and attractive girl turns up with blood on her hands and a penchant for mind games.
The Stranger Inside is produced by Neutzsky-Wulff and Michael Aoun for Copenhagen-based production house Drama Deluxe, which was launched last year to make quality genre films. It will be represented internationally by Tine Klint's Copenhagen film boutique, LevelK, which will introduce the latest addition to its After Dark label at the upcoming American Film Market between October 31-November 7.
Klint's recent acquisitions include Norwegian director Martin Lund's The Almost Man [+see also:
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