Peter Facinelli will direct the supernatural drama ‘Can You Hear Me’ – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Twilight, Nurse Jackie and Super girl Actor Peter Facinelli has been set to direct film drama from the First World War Can you hear me?, to be recorded in the UK next month.

Downtown Abbey‘s Matthew Barber and John Standing (v for Vendetta) has been cast in supporting roles.

In the mystery romance Facinelli will play Samuel, an American officer who gets shot while fighting on the front lines in France in 1918. The soldier “makes a deal with ‘the Almighty’ to return to his bride in England until the last bell rings”.

Simon Hunter directs according to a script by Charlotte Radford, who produces and also contributes. Executive producer is Roger King.

Director Simon Hunter commented: “It’s a unique and beautiful script. A sensual and romantic ghost story that takes place in the dark days of World War I. The story is about loss and how to let go of those you have loved. It is a deeply moving “supernatural journey, moving from the cruelty of the trenches on the western front to the haunting beauty of an English country estate. I have long been a great admirer of Peter’s work, and it will be an honor to instruct him in such a moving and moving story.”

Facinelli most recently starred in the thriller 13 minutes. He also wrote and directed popular Netflix movies They disappeared. He has also produced and participated in The unbreakable boy, which Lionsgate is releasing this year.

The actor is represented by Mainstay Entertainment, A3 Artists Agency and lawyer Barry Littman from Hansen Jacobson.

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