|Directed by||Lulu Wang|
|Produced by||Bernadette Bürgi|
|Screenplay by||Lulu Wang|
|Music by||Brian Crosby|
|Edited by||Matthew Friedman|
|Distributed by||The Orchard|
Frustrated with his lack of success, artist Liam Price (Jack Huston) destroys his work in front of a Berlin gallery. However, when he passes out drunk, a homeless man steals his belongings. The man is found dead with Liam's drawings and everyone believes that he is Liam and has killed himself. When Liam realizes his art is worth more after his death, he devises an elaborate plan to make money off of his supposed demise. Meanwhile, an American journalist (Brit Marling) decides to write a story on Liam's life, which puts his ruse in jeopardy.
- Brit Marling as McKenzie Grain
- Jack Huston as Liam Price
- Lambert Wilson as Daniel S. Volpe
- Alexander Fehling as Erik Adler
- Tom Schilling as Ben
- Nikolai Kinski as Kaleb Moo
- Isabelle Redfern as Randy
- Martin Stange as Detective
- Fabian Stumm as Curator 1
- Harald Siebler as Arman Rubell
- Julie Trappett as Shannon
- Pamela Knaack as Camille Seekamp
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- Sharf, Zack (24 September 2014). "Exclusive: Brit Marling and Jack Huston Pair Up in 'Posthumous' Poster". IndieWire. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
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