Edgerton, Palmer to Star in 'Say Nothing'
Psychological Drama Set in, Will Film in Cambodia
SYDNEY -- Joel Edgerton and Teresa Palmer are to star in the Australian psychological drama Say Nothing, the feature debut from acclaimed short filmmaker Kieran D’arcy Smith.
Say Nothing tells the story of four friends who lose themselves in the fun of a carefree Southeast Asian holiday, but a mystery unfolds after a fateful night when they were dancing under a full moon in Cambodia and one disappears.
Shooting starts in Sydney this month, with filming continuing in Cambodia in January 2011.
Say Nothing will also star Felicity Price and Antony Starr and is produced by Angie Fielder.
“It is so exciting to be embarking on this project with Joel and Teresa on board. Both are possessed of enormous talent and their rising international profiles will draw significant attention to Say Nothing,” Fielder said.
Written by Kieran Darcy-Smith and Felicity Price, Say Nothing is an Aquarius Films production, in association with Blue Tongue Films, and is supported by Screen Australia, Screen New South Wales and Fulcrum Media Finance.
Hopscotch Films will release the film in Australia and New Zealand and international sales will be handled by LevelK.
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