Anthony Hopkins and Dustin Hoffman are set to headline the drama “The Song of Names” for Feel Films, Egoli Tossell and Foundation Features says The Hollywood Reporter.
Based on Norman Lebrecht’s award-winning novel, the story follows two young Jewish men – one a Brit and the other a Polish violin prodigy, the later vanishing on the eve of his international debut. Four decades on, the Brit gets a clue as to the other man’s fate and the mystery begins to unravel.
Vadim Perelman (“House of Sand and Fog”) directs from a script by Jeffrey Caine (“The Constant Gardener”).
Nick Hirschkorn, Jens Meurer and Dave Valleau will produce while James Horner composes the score.