Trio take roles in Incendo's 'Mistaken'
TORONTO -- Lana Parrilla, James Thomas and Benedicte Decary on Wednesday assumed roles in "Mistaken," the Lifetime TV movie from director Richard Roy.
The Incendo Steal Prods. project, shooting in Montreal, is part of a telefilm series that includes the Kellie Martin starrer "Lethal Obsession" from Philippe Gagnon and Don Terry's "Voices," starring Amy Acker, that will air on Lifetime in the U.S. and on the Movie Network and Movie Central in Canada.
Incendo Media holds the North American distribution rights to "Mistaken," which portrays a divorced woman attempting to find herself, only to discover a stranger has assumed her identity. London-based Power will handle sales internationally.
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