Moonstone Compelled to Handle Compulsion
Korean movies are getting a lot of play recently so it's no surprise that yet another remake is on its way of one of their most obscure tales. Read on for the full details of just what kind of lunacy two women in separate apartments can get themselves into!
According to Variety, Moonstone Entertainment has come on to handle foreign sales for Compulsion, a thriller-tinged dark comedy shooting in Canada. The film stars Heather Graham, Carrie-Anne Moss, Kevin Dillon and Joe Mantegna. The film is being directed by Egidio Coccimiglio and shot by Vilmos Zsigmond.
Compulsion is based on the South Korean film 301 / 302 and centers of two women occupying neighboring apartments, each grappling with creeping obsessions that have begun to overtake their lives. Graham portrays a newly single chef who fantasizes about starring in her own Food Network show and employs her culinary prowess to entice and control those intimate with her. Moss plays a reclusive former child star whose battles with anorexia involve the specter of a domineering stage mother.
Compulsion is written by Floyd Byars and produced by Gary Howsam and Bill Marks. More soon!
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