|Directed by||Alain Gsopner|
|Produced by||Andreas Fallscheer|
|Screenplay by||Alex Buresch|
|Story by||Martin Suter|
|Music by||Max Richter|
|Edited by||Barbara Gies|
|December 17, 2009|
The American distributor is Corinth Releasing.
The film starts with Daniel Brühl as a waiter named David Kern, in a desperate move to impress Marie, played by Hannah Herzsprung, passes off a manuscript he found as his own. However, trouble comes when the real author comes after him. The film is based on a same title novel by the Swiss author Martin Suter.
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