April 18, 2008

Fugitive Pieces

Fugitive Pieces SynopsisBased on the international bestselling novel by Anne Michaels, FUGITIVE PIECES is a poetic and emotionally charged film about love, loss and redemption. The film, written and directed by Jeremy Podeswa and produced by Robert Lantos tells the story of Jakob Beer, a man whose life is haunted by his childhood experiences during World War II. As a child in Poland, Jakob is orphaned during wartime only to be saved by a compassionate Greek archaeologist. Over the course of his life, he attempts to deal with the losses he has endured. Through his writing and the discovery of true love, Jakob is ultimately freed from the legacy of his past.

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Release Date: May 2, 2008
Genre: Art, Foreign, Drama, Adaptation, Politics and Religion
Running Time: 108 min.
Distributor(s): Samuel Goldwyn Company
Tagline: He found himself in the love around him.
MPAA Rating: R for some sexuality.

Jeremy Podeswa

Jeremy Podeswa - Screenplay
Anne Michaels - Source Material (from novel: "Fugitive Pieces")

Andras Hamori - Executive Producer
Takis Veremis - Executive Producer
Mark Musselman - Executive Producer
Robert Lantos - Producer
Sandra Cunningham - Producer
Julia Rosenberg - Co-Producer
Panos Papahadzis - Co-Producer

Movie Casts:
Stephen Dillane - Jakob
Rade Serbedzija - Athos
Rosamund Pike - Alex
Ayelet Zurer - Michaela
Robbie Kay - Young Jakob
Ed Stoppard - Ben
Rachelle Lefevre - Naomi
Nina Dobrev - Bella
Themis Bazaka - Mrs. Serenou
Diego Matamoros - Jozef
Sarah Orenstein - Sara
Larissa Laskin - Irena
Giorgos Karamihos - Ioannis
Danai Skiadi - Young Allegra
Memos Begnis - Makis
Marcia Bennett - Mrs. Taylor
Devon Bostick - Ben - Teen
Hakan Coskuner - German Soldier
Elli Fotiou - Allegra - 50s
Daniel Kash - Maurice
Jennifer Podemski - Marylin
Gray Powell - Allen
Stefen Rollpiller - German Soldier
Monika Schurmann - Jakob's Mother
Jonathan Soja - German Soldier
Birgitte Solem - Ellen
Michael Stevens - Book publisher

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