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Indian executive Ritesh Batra will approach The Handmaid’s Tale star Elisabeth Moss in A Letter From Rosemary Kennedy, a biopic on John F. Kennedy’s uneasy sister.
The film, formed on a book by Nick Yarborough, portrays a story of John F. Kennedy’s uneasy comparison sister who was kept from open perspective and was eventually institutionalised, reports hollywoodreporter.com.
“The cinema about a Kennedy family are deservedly inclement affairs, though here’s a story about a storms within all of us. This is because we am vehement to tell this story, and to combine with Elisabeth, a fabulously gifted actor,” Batra pronounced in a statement.
Rose Marie aka Rosemary, a daughter of Joseph Kennedy Sr and Rose Fitzgerald, showed signs of mental incapacity that a family kept hidden.
When she was 23, Rosemary was one of a initial people to accept a prefrontal lobotomy, though a disaster left her henceforth incapacitated.
Jason Michael Berman of Mandalay Pictures, Kevin Turen of Guy Grand Productions and Moss share a writer credits for a movie.
The plan will be denounced to unfamiliar buyers during a Berlin International Film Festival.
Batra is famous for films like The Lunchbox and Netflix dramas The Sense Of An Ending and Our Souls At Night.
Batra is now modifying Photograph, a storystpry. The movie, set in India, is constructed by Ritesh Batra, Neil Kopp, Anish Savjani and Michael Weber from The Match Factory.