– It will be a love story with thrillerinslag, told the SF Studios production manager Annika Sucksdorff when it fresh the movie project was presented in Cannes.
SF Studios has just won the bidding on the book so there are as yet no concrete plans for the director and actor. In the book, addressed Alex Schulman the spotlight towards Karin and Sven Stolpe, the maternal grandparents, and with the short deal Karin Stolpe had with the author and DN:s former editor in chief, Olof Lagercrantz, a summer in the early 1930s.
" I couldn't believe, when I sat week after week in the libraries two years ago and went through the 80-year-old letters, that the story now will be a magnificent film that should be shown on the silver screen. I'm very proud and happy,” said Schulman in a press release from the SF Studios which has purchased the film rights.
Read more: DN:s a review of ”Burn all my letters.”
also announced its investment in large international projects, including the action thriller ”Horizon line” directed by Mikael Marcimain. The recording of the 100-miljonerskronor-the film, which revolves around an aeroplane accident, has recently been completed. Fredrik Wikström Nicastro, responsible for the international effort, called the film a ”Speed in the air.”
– There is no reason we should not compete with Hollywood. Swedish musicians and game developers are all the time in the international arena. We should do so, " said Nicastro.
the films that SF presented are to be found the next kostymdramat ”Margrete - queen of the north” which will be all about the nordic 1400-kigali and he Margaret. Charlotte Sieling, who directed ”the Bridge” and episodes of ”Homeland”, presented the film as a topical drama about a woman trying to fend off the power, and motherhood.