Jude Law Spins “360” With Meirelles

Jude Law has officially joined the cast of the long-anticipated Fernando Meirelles’ long-anticipated sexual sociology drama “360” at ORF Fernsehfilm and BBC Films reports 02 Filmes.

Inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s 1900 play ‘Reigen’, the story examines sexual morals within and between social classes, using various pairs of characters who have sexual encounters in and outside of their social classes. The most famous previous adaptation of the work was 1950 French drama “La Ronde”.

Law joins a line-up that includes Anthony Hopkins, Rachel Weisz, Maria Flor and Karl Markovic. Peter Morgan (“The Queen,” “Frost/Nixon”) penned the script.

Seven languages will be used throughout, while shooting will take place in Paris, Vienna and Bratislava. Pre-production has already begun while principal photography will start March 21st and run through the end of May.