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Hilary Swank Is One of the "Intimate Strangers"

March 30, 2007 (11:42 am) GMT
Hilary Swank is aiming to both star in and produce "Intimate Strangers", a remake of Patrice Leconte's 2004 work "Confidences trop intimes."

Manages to stay busy throughout, is developing a new film feature titled "" for Paramount Pictures with an eye to both star in and produce, Variety has learned.

A remake of the 2004 French flick "Confidences trop intimes", the project is likely to closely follow the original's plot which tells about the story of a woman who believes she is going to visit her new shrink but really ends up baring her soul to an accountant.

Name to direct has not yet been known, but it is revealed that script will be penned by Kelly Fremon with Frederic Golchan and Ted Field both producing.

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