The Franco-Polish director Roman Polanski began yesterday on the outskirts of Paris shooting his new movie, Carnage, an adaptation of a play by Yasmina Reza “Dieu du Carnage” in which Kate Winslet and also Jodie Foster will be involved, said the newspaper Le Parisien.
The newspaper said that Polanski worked on the script for his next job during the seven months under house arrest in his villa met Gstaad (Switzerland) after his arrest in Zurich in September 2009 and spending two months in prison pursuant a search and arrest warrant requested by the United States. The director, accused the U.S. of having sex with a minor 33 years ago, shot the film in English and in studies of the department of Val-de-Marne, a suburb of the capital gala.
Le Parisien recalled that the request for extradition from the United States remains in force for the open judicial proceedings against the artist is not canceled, why conference in Paris a film whose action has been decided to locate in New York.
The film tells the story of two couples trying to resolve their differences with civility when the son of one of them beats the other in the park, and the cast is also the Austrian Christoph Waltz, who won an Oscar for Best Actor Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino.