Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game of Thrones) is set to join new mystery thriller Suicide Tourist.
Suicide Tourist follows insurance claims adjuster, Max, investigating a man’s disappearance. The trail leads him to a uniquely secretive hotel that offers its guests elaborate assistance in fulfilling their fantasy suicides. Caught in his own existential crisis, Max begins to question his perception of reality and wonders if death is the only way out of the hotel.
The film is currently shooting in Norway with a view to releasing the film in Spring of 2019. The impressive pan European cast also includes Denmark’s Sobjørg Højfeldt (Ride Upon the Storm); Britain’s Robert Aramayo, who plays Eddard Stark in Game of Thrones, and Lorraine Hilton (The Wolfman); France’s Slimane Dazi (A Prophet); Belgium’s Jan Bijvoet (Embrace of the Serpent); Denmark’s Sonja Richter (The Homesman); Norway’s Kaya Wilkins (Thelma); and Germany’s Johanna Wokalek (The Baader Meinhof Complex).
Jonas Alexander Arnby (When Animals Dream) will direct with Rasmus Birch writing the script for Snowglobe. The show is produced by Eva Jacobsen, Mikkel Jersin and Katrin Pors, who launched Snowglobe in 2015 to support top creative talent around the world and promote new voices from Denmark, said that the movie was “in line with the core vision of our company – a director-driven project based on an original story with international scope.”