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Stephen Dorff and Melissa George are grief-stricken in this exclusive first-look image from Don’t Go, Irish filmmaker David Gleeson’s upcoming mystery thriller about a loving couple who struggle to cope with the loss of their child from a devastating accident.
Co-written by Gleeson (Cowboys & Angels, The Front Line) and Ronan Blaney (Boogaloo and Graham, upcoming A Good Woman Is Hard to Find), the film follows the couple as they relocate to a small beachside town in Ireland, where Hazel (George) begins to fear for her husband’s sanity as he begins to have vivid, mysterious dreams about his lost little girl, convinced he can bring her back to life.
The film is produced by Nathalie Lichtenthaeler, Gleeson’s past collaborator on Cowboys & Angels.
Radiant Films International is shopping the title at the European Film Market in Berlin.
This story first appeared in The Hollywood Reporter‘s Feb. 17 daily issue at the Berlin Film Festival.
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