Berlin: Bruce Willis Sci-Fi Film 'Vice' Sells Wide

Vince Bucci/Invision for Geffen/AP Images
Bruce Willis

Ambyr Childers and Thomas Jane co-star in the film from director Brian A. Miller about synthetic humans used as slaves by the rich.

Berlin buyers are hot for Vice.

German/U.K. Group K5 International sold sci-fi actioner, starring Bruce Willis, to more than 37 countries after introducing it to buyers at Berlin's European Film Market. K5 closed in, among others, Russia, Scandinavia, Japan, China and Benelux for the feature directed by Brian A. Miller (The Prince) and co-starring  Ambyr Childers and Thomas Jane. Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films, currently enjoying box office gold with their latest, Lone Survivor, are producing.

PHOTOS: THR's Berlin Directors Roundtable

Vice is set in a near-future at a resort for the rich where synthetic humans are used as slaves for the wealthy guests to live out their darkest fantasies. The resort owner Julian (Willis) resets the humanoids every night, erasing their memories. But one, Kelly (Childers) malfunctions and retains every horrifying memory. She sets out to exact revenge on the tourists and the resort staff.

Vice is set to begin production in Alabama in March. K5 International is handling international sales.