German distributor and world gross sales firm Kinostar has acquired Polish filmmaker Maria Sadowska’s erotic thriller “Temptation.”
Primarily based on the bestselling novel by Edyta Folwarska, “Temptation” tells the story of younger journalist Inez, whose project to cowl soccer star Maks Wygoda leads her onto a harmful journey.
“Temptation” was produced by Daniel Markowicz of Warsaw-based Lightcraft, who additionally produced and directed the current hit Netflix actioner “Lesson Plan,” and govt producers Paulina Nowak and Anita Dabrowska.
“Maria and Daniel are extraordinarily proficient, and we’re very comfortable to start out working with Lightcraft on this film, with hopefully many extra to observe,” mentioned Kinostar head Michael Roesch.
Sadowska loved an enormous field workplace hit “Ladies to Purchase,” which noticed the second-biggest 2021 opening in Poland after Daniel Craig’s 007 swan track “No Time to Die.” The movie follows a younger girl who, determined to flee her small city, turns into an escort solely to quickly understand she has no management of her new life. “Ladies to Purchase” bought internationally, with theatrical releases throughout Europe and VOD releases within the U.S. and Asia.
Along with dealing with worldwide gross sales, Kinostar is distributing “Temptation” in Germany and Austria and might also launch it in additional nations. The corporate has distribution operations in 12 European nations, together with Belgium and the Netherlands.
Kinostar is promoting “Temptation” on the European Movie Market together with a world lineup that features two different Polish movies: Heathcliff Janusz Iwanowski’s Eighties-set comedy-drama “The place the Satan Can’t Go, He Sends a Girl,” a couple of group of entrepreneurial associates who handle to show crises into alternatives in a time when virtually every little thing in Poland is forbidden; and Patryk Vega’s action-laded crime drama “Exodus,” a couple of police investigator on the path of mafia bomb maker whose work is sophisticated when his son will get combined up with the mob.
The Stuttgart-based firm, which likewise focuses on the distribution of Turkish movies, can also be providing Mahsun Kirmizigül’s “A Matter of Status,” a fact-based drama about music producers in Istanbul and the artists they assist propel to success; and Hakan İnan’s “49,” a couple of secret mission to rescue 49 Turkish residents trapped in Turkey’s consulate constructing in Mosul after the Iraqi metropolis fell to ISIS forces in 2014.
Likewise offered on the EFM is Uwe Boll’s “Hanau,” a fact-based German-language movie in regards to the 2020 terror assault that left 9 folks useless.
Kinostar’s upcoming releases in Germany embody Mascha Halberstad’s Dutch animated household movie “Oink” and Erdal Murat Aktaş’ Turkish drama “Her Şeye Rağmen.”
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