Tiberius snatches rights for “Deadly Virtues: Love. Honor. Obey” thriller

Tiberius snatches rights for “Deadly Virtues: Love. Honor. Obey” thriller

PanARMENIAN.Net - Tiberius Films has bought German rights excluding theatrical for erotic thriller “Deadly Virtues: Love. Honor. Obey” for mid-five figures, Variety reported.

Ate de Jong directed the English-language pic from a script by Mark Rogers. The UK-Dutch co-production is the first in a slate of seven “Deadly Virtue” features.

In “Love.Honor.Obey,” a hypnotic home invader terrorizes a suburban couple in the course of a weekend, uncovering an uncomfortable truth about the marriage.

Ate’s most recent film, 2013’s wartime pic “The Rotterdam Bliltz” (formerly titled “Bombardment”) was a Dutch theatrical hit and won the Audience Award at the Woodstock Film Festival last year and sold internationally.

Edward Akrout, Helen Bradbury, Matt Barber, Megan Maczko and Sadie Frost star.

Photo: Variety
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