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A New Drama for Gabriel Range from Paramount

June 30, 2007 (1:58 am) GMT
"Death of a President" maker Gabriel Range will take double job of writing and directing an untitled drama feature for Paramount Pictures.

On the heels of the success he received through his "", Gabriel Range has been assigned to both write and direct an untitled drama under Paramount Pictures, Variety has learned.

Produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura, the project s intended to be a fictional look at a real event about a young man who turns up at a home and tells a couple that he's their child who disappeared years ago. Story is said by Range to have some surprising twists and turns.

"Of all the stories I covered while making documentaries, this was the most extraordinary story I've ever come across, with the most extraordinary central character, whom I'd spent hours interviewing in a federal detention center," he said.

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