Rob Reiner to Direct Psychological Thriller YOU BELONG TO ME

     June 22, 2012

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Rob Reiner is reportedly set to direct You Belong to Me, a psychological thriller in the vein of Cape Fear. Written by David Murray, You Belong to Me follows a psychiatrist who breaks a golden rule of doctor-patient interactions: he talks about his personal life openly.  It’s been a while since Reiner ventured into thriller territory, with his last foray being the 1990 adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery. Heat Vision reports that Reiner commented on that fact by saying:

“They are hard to make well but this one has a deep psychological bent to it and a big twist in the end that I didn’t see coming.  That’s why I decided to take a whack at this one.”

Casting will begin immediately for the four leads: the psychiatrist, his wife and daughter, and the patient.  Production is scheduled to start in New York this fall.

 

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