Clive Owen attached to ‘Recall’

Moonstone pre-sells Latin American and South Korean territories for actioner

Clive Owen is attached to star in actioner “Recall” for Moonstone Entertainment.

Moonstone, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, sold the pic to Latin American and Korean territories, smaller European territories and the Middle East at AFM. Company is also in advanced negotiations for “Recall” in major European territories

Paul Schrader, who wrote “Raging Bull” and “Affliction,” penned the script about an NSA agent trying to piece together the events of a botched hostage rescue operation. As the agent begins to recall events and unearth the truth, he finds he can trust neither his fellow soldiers nor his own mind.

“Mercury Rising” and “Sea of Love” helmer Harold Becker will direct.

Moonstone inked the deals with the Swen Group in Latin America and Pure Features International in South Korea. Company founder Etchie Stroh will produce the pic, aiming for a mid-March start date in locations including Bulgaria and Washington D.C.

Moonstone has produced more than 30 pics, including the Robert Altman’s “Cookie’s Fortune,” Alan Rudolph’s “Afterglow” and 2005 actioner “The Promise.”