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Paul Schrader Teases Next Film “Non Compos Mentis’ To Shoot Next Fall; Talks Collaboration On ‘Oh, Canada’ With Richard Gere 45 Years After ‘American Gigolo’ – Cannes

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Paul Schrader revealed first details about his next feature project entitled Non Compos Mentis, at the press conference for his Cannes Competition title Oh, Canada on Saturday. “I’ve written a noir, as a kind of a sexual obsession, called Non Compos Mentis about the stupid things men do for love,” he said.

The project will reunite him with Oh, Canada producer David Gonzales at Northern Lights, who said the project will shoot this fall. “David has most money for the next one already and we’re not even cast, we just out to actors right now.

So on this one (Oh, Canada) we couldn’t get the money until we were cast, but now we’re getting it before we cast.” Adapted from Russell Banks’ 2021 novel Foregone, Schrader’s Cannes Palme d’Or contender Oh, Canada stars Richard Gere as a famed, terminally ill documentary maker who reveals secrets from the past in a final interview.

Gere is joined in the cast by Uma Thurman, Michael Imperioli and Jacob Elordi. Schrader and Gere were in reflective mood as they discussed this new collaboration, some 45 years after first working together on American Gigolo, while the storyline for Oh, Canada appeared to chime with events in both their lives. “When we worked together a long time ago, Paul had a very clear idea of what he wanted to do with American Gigolo… He was showing me a lot of Alain Delon films,” recalled Gere. “That was a whole new character for me.

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