Peter Magat and Clive Saunders wrote the part of Kim specifically for Paris Benjamin. They previously worked together on awarded short film Paranoia. Paris, together with Aewia Huillet and Noah Knafel joined the project before there was an even completed script.

Casting for the film is going to be completed in the winter 2012 after audition for main antagonist Bresslof.

There was almost no auditions for the film. Peter Magat handpicked all cast members. They relationship started to build in previous projects. Story tells about international group of people that’s why is so important to have variety of the people in this film.



Born in Burgundy, France and of Moroccan descent, Paris Benjamin began acting at age 5 by reading children’s poetry on the radio and performing several characters in children’s plays before an audience. By the time she was an adult she had studied at Stetson University’s Drama School in Florida as well as in London, Paris and New York with legendary acting coach Jack Waltzer, who trained movie stars such as Sharon Stone, Jon Voight, Sigourney Weaver, Geena Davis and many more.

Benjamin is known for her great characterizations of strong women in her native France and her work with Bafta Award Winning writer/director Richard Kwietniowski in London, so it didn’t take long for the young actress to make her mark with American playwrights and filmmakers in a big way with two new films and more on the way.

With credits in the Golden Globe winning TV series “Grey’s Anatomy,” a slew of films including Peter Magat’s “Paranoia”, winner of the Grand Prix at the Budapest Film Festival; “Wild Side” winner of The Teddy Award at the Berlin Film Festival; the New York production of “A Clearing In The Woods” by Two Tony Award Winner Arthur Laurents  and the Los Angeles production of "A Lost Gunfighter Xmas" by Pulitzer Price nominee John Steppling, Paris is just getting started. She also worked this year with celebrity photographer Guy Aroch in Los Angeles and just wrapped the feature film “The Flying Dutchman, The Legend” opposite veteran actor Barry Primus, for French and US distribution.

She’s set to star in another American film this winter opposite “Sopranos” actor David Proval and is weighing her options on another independent film now in preproduction. She will soon be joining New Europe Cinema to resume her collaboration with writer/director Peter Magat on the thriller “The Installment”. Production will start in the spring of 2012.

Actress Aewia Huillet was born in South Korea and grew up in France.She moved to London in 1998 to pursue her acting career, going on to train with highly praised Jack Waltzer, whose former and current students are John Voight, Sigourney Weaver, Elsa Zylberstein and David Proval.

Spotted during her appearence in the Bafta winning tv drama series Holby City, the 12 episodes guest star went on to sign to acting agent Xania Segal from Olivia Bell Management.

Aewia is currently preparing two feature films, a drama with Singapore director Eva Tang, produced by Francois-Xavier Frantz et Natacha Devillers ('BASKY','SCHIZO'), and a high-tense thriller with Slovakian director Peter Magat.

In the past she has also worked alongside academy winner Colin Firth in 'DORIAN GRAY', academy winner Tom Hanks in 'THE DA VINCI CODE'  and visual photographer/director Anton Corbijn.