In the south-west corner of Poland, far from any town or city, the Oder River curls sharply, creating a tiny inlet. The banks are matted with wild grass and shrouded by towering pine and oak trees. The only people who regularly trek to the area are fishermen – the inlet teems with perch and pike and sun bass. On a cold December day in 2000, three friends were casting there when one of them noticed something floating by the shore. At first, he thought it was a log, but as he drew closer he saw what looked like hair...
A psychological thriller inspired by a 2008 New Yorker article by David Grann about a murder investigation of a slain business man that turns to clues found in a book about an eerily similar crime.
|international title:||Dark Crimes|
|original title:||Dark Crimes|
|country:||United States, Poland|
|sales agent:||WME [US]|
|directed by:||Alexandros Avranas|
|release date:||IT 6/09/2018|
|cast:||Charlotte Gainsbourg, Vlad Ivanov, Jim Carrey, Marton Csokas, Kati Outinen, Agata Kulesza, Robert Wieckiewicz, Piotr Glowacki, Anna Polony, Zbigniew Zamachowski|
|cinematography by:||Michał Englert|
|film editing:||Agnieszka Glinska|
|art director:||Lukasz Trzcinski|
|costumes designer:||Mayou Trikerioti|
|producer:||Brett Ratner, John Cheng, David Gerson, Simon Horsman, Jeffrey Soros|
|production:||Opus Film, InterTitle Films [US], RatPac Entertainment [US]|