Netflix’s Non-English-Language Film Slate Includes ‘Munich’ and ‘The Last’ Adaptations

  • Variety
Netflix’s international film VP David Kosse has unveiled a slate of non-English-language movies that will head into production in 2020.

The former STXinternational topper’s projects span French, German and Italian-language projects, and include feature adaptations of Robert Harris’ novel “Munich” and Hanna Jameson’s “The Last.”

Out of France, “Bigbug” follows a group of bickering suburbanites who find themselves stuck together when an android uprising causes their well intentioned household robots to lock them in for their own safety. Oscar-nominated helmer Jean-Pierre Jeunet (“Amélie”) directs. Guillaume Laurant and Jean-Pierre Jeunet are writing and Eskwad’s Richard Grandpierre and Frédéric Doniguian are producing.

German and English-language “Transatlantic 473” will be directed by Peter Thorwarth (“The Last Cop”). He co-writes with Stefan Holz and the plot turns on a hijacking with a supernatural twist.

Munich” will also be in German and English. Ben Power is adapting the book, which is set in pre-Second World War Europe.
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