The Postcard Killings: First Look
The Postcard Killings looks good.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s new film THE POSTCARD KILLINGS, having just wrapped an 8-week shoot across Europe, has released its first image featuring Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Jacob Kanon, the detective intent on capturing his daughter’s murderer.
Previously unannounced and joining Morgan to lead the international ensemble is Famke Janssen (X-Men,Taken), in the role of Valerie Kanon, the mother of their now deceased daughter. The cast and crew have travelled extensively since the shoot began in March, working across London, Norway and Stockholm, to bring the James Patterson and Liza Marklund bestseller (The Postcard Killers) to life.
As well as Morgan and Janssen, the film features Denis O’Hare (American Horror Story, Allure), Naomi Battrick (Jamestown, A Very English Scandal), Ruairi O’Connor (The Spanish Princess, Delicious) and Cush Jumbo (The Good Fight, The Good Wife).
THE POSTCARD KILLINGS is a chilling crime story, following Jacob Kanon (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a hardened New York Detective, in search of the person responsible for the murder of his only daughter. Across Europe, newlywed couples are being targeted in a string of bizarre homicides that leave the young victims’ bodies looking like they have been staged.
The film’s cross-country focus, is also highlighted by an extended cast that includes Sallie Harmsen (Blade Runner 2049, Devils), Eva Röse (The Paradise Suite, Real Humans) and Joachim Król (Run Lola Run, The Piano Player). Bosnian filmmaker, Danis Tanovic – the Academy Award winner behind No Man’s Land, and Berlin Grand Jury winner, Death In Sarajevo – serves as director. Acclaimed cinematographer Salvatore Totino (The Da Vinci Code, Everest and Bird Box) worked as Director of Photography.
The film is produced by Good Films Collective and will be selling at Cannes through Christian Mercuri’s Capstone for international distribution.
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