TrustNordisk boards Isis kidnap story 'Daniel' (exclusive)

Danish photographer who was held captive by Isis for 398 days.

TrustNordisk has boarded international sales for Niels Arden Oplev’s new feature Daniel, about Daniel Rye, a Danish photographer who was held captive by Isis for 398 days.

To date, Rye is the last hostage to escape Isis captivity alive.

Daniel will start shooting on October 1 in Denmark, Sweden and Jordan. The film is budgeted at $6.5m (5.5m Euros) for a likely 10-week shoot.

The film is based on Puk Damgård’s bestseller Ser du månen, Daniel, which tells the true story of the young Danish freelance photographer Daniel Rye, who
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