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GreeneStreet Sells "Tenderness"

By Indiewire | Indiewire February 13, 2007 at 3:10AM

John Polson's "Tenderness," a new film starring Russell Crowe has been sold to three major territories by GreeneStreet Films International. The company has secured deals in Italy (MediaFilm), Scandinavia (Nordisk), and Russia (21st Century) with pacts brokered by GSFI president Ariel Veneziano. The film has also been sold to Mexico (TV Azteca) and Argentina (Alfa), with Lionsgate handling the film in the U.S. "Tenderness" is described as the story of "a confused fifteen-year-old dreamer in search of an escape from her troubled home life." Other GSFI titles on sale at the European Film Market include John August's "The Nines," Danny Leiner's "Gary The Tennis Coach," Melissa Wallack and Bernie Goldmann's "Bill," among others. [Eugene Hernandez]
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John Polson's "Tenderness," a new film starring Russell Crowe has been sold to three major territories by GreeneStreet Films International. The company has secured deals in Italy (MediaFilm), Scandinavia (Nordisk), and Russia (21st Century) with pacts brokered by GSFI president Ariel Veneziano. The film has also been sold to Mexico (TV Azteca) and Argentina (Alfa), with Lionsgate handling the film in the U.S. "Tenderness" is described as the story of "a confused fifteen-year-old dreamer in search of an escape from her troubled home life." Other GSFI titles on sale at the European Film Market include John August's "The Nines," Danny Leiner's "Gary The Tennis Coach," Melissa Wallack and Bernie Goldmann's "Bill," among others. [Eugene Hernandez]

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