Thursday, November 10, 2011
The new sony Pictures Classics Lands Maggie Gyllenhaal's 'Hysteria'
The new sony Pictures Classics has closed its deal for those U.S. and South African privileges to Hysteria, Tanya Wexler's Toronto Film Festival entry concerning the invention from the vibrator starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Hugh Dancy.our editor recommendsHysteria: Toronto ReviewSony Pictures Classics Settling for Privileges to 'Hysteria''Hysteria' Trailer: Hugh Dancy, Maggie Gyllenhaal Star in Sex Drama (Video)'Hysteria': A Lady Sex Comedy Outfitted in Victorian Garb The film, composed by Stephen Dyer and Lisa Dyer, also stars Jonathan Pryce, Rupert Everett and Felicity Johnson. A trio of ladies created the film, Forthcoming Films' Sarah Curtis, Informant Media's Judy Cairo and Beach Films' Tracey Becker. PHOTOS: The new sony Pictures Classics 20 Year Timeline Hysteria, which made its world premiere in the Toronto Film Festival in September, is really a mischievous romantic comedy in line with the surprising truth of methods Mortimer Granville emerged using the world's first electro-mechanical vibrator within the title of medical science. "Hysteria is intended to be both funny and wise. It's a real movie that states you're in charge of your happiness," Wexler stated. "The new sony Classics is the best company to release Hysteria into American cinemas. They understand 'smart and funny' movies much better than other people available. They're what the physician purchased." FILM REVIEW: Hysteria The offer was discussed by Cassian Elwes, with Elsa Ramo representing the producers. Related Subjects Toronto Worldwide Film Festival Hugh Dancy Maggie Gyllenhaal The new sony Pictures Classics Hysteria