Verhoeven taking 'Step' for Constantin

Bennett, Ray; Pryor, Peter
January 2004
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;1/13/2004, Vol. 382 Issue 7, p50
Film director Paul Verhoeven will direct "One Step Behind," an adaptation of the book by Swedish writer Henning Mankel, for Germany's Constantin Film Produktion. The story focuses on the mysterious killings of three college girls and features dyspeptic police inspector Kurt Wallander, a regular in Mankel's thrillers.


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