Glenn Close, Taryn Manning join “Low Down” indie drama

Glenn Close, Taryn Manning join “Low Down” indie drama

PanARMENIAN.Net - Glenn Close, Taryn Manning and Flea have been confirmed for Low Down.

The trio will join John Hawkes, Elle Fanning and Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage on the indie drama, Digital Spy reveals citing The Hollywood Reporter.

The Jeff Preiss-directed film centres around a 1960s jazz pianist (Hawkes) who plays with the greats, but also struggles with heroin addiction. The action is seen through the eyes of his daughter (Fanning).

Manning will play a failed actress and sometime junkie who struggles to care for her son. Close and Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea's roles have not been revealed.

Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger will produce the film, with Mark Ruffalo signed on as an executive producer.

Manning was recently seen alongside Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci in Love Ranch. He lately completed shooting the latest season of Netflix's new series Orange is the New Black.

Close, meanwhile, has been starring in the legal thriller Damages.

Low Down will begin shooting in Los Angeles next month.

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