Roman Polanski to finish Brosnan film 'The Ghost' from behind bars (IrishCentral)

Roman Polanski is finishing up his newest film starring Pierce Brosnan from his Swiss prison cell. The infamous filmmaker finished editing “The Ghost,” which features the Irish actor as a British prime minister accused of war crimes, the day he was arrested. Now Robert Harris, the writer of the screenplay, says that Polanksi is putting finishing touches on the film while behind bars facing extradition to the U.S. to be sentenced for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. "He can make his wishes known from his cell - whether the film can rise above the circumstances in which the director finds himself I don't know," Harris told the Times of London. "We will test to the upper limits the notions that there's no such thing as bad publicity." “The Ghost,” which co-stars Ewan McGregor and Kim Catrell, is based on an adaptation of Harris’ bestselling novel that centers
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