Alex Pettyfer is set to lead Cambodia-set psychological thriller Hunters in a Dark.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a book will be blending to shade by a author, Lawrence Osborne.
The plan revolves around an Englishman (Pettyfer) adrift in Cambodia who is fervent to avoid a life of still recklessness as a parochial teacher. It outlines a directorial entrance of entertainment executive Simon Evans.
“Shot opposite a backdrop of complicated Cambodia, a nation that is itself perplexing to erect a new face to facade a horrors it endured in a second half of a 20th century, Hunters will try identity, confession and a dim currents that upsurge underneath tellurian inlet and quarrel behind when we try to change a path,” pronounced Evans.
Christopher Doyle, best famous for his collaborations with Wong Kar-Wai, will fire a movie.
The film is being constructed by Axel Kuschevatzky and Phin Glynn of Infinity Hill and Pettyfer and James Ireland of Dark Dreams Entertainment, together with Cindy Teperman.