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Berlinale Film ‘Curveball’ Debuts Clip, Arri Media Intl. Boards Film (Exclusive)

Berlinale Film ‘Curveball’ Debuts Clip, Arri Media Intl. Boards Film (Exclusive)

Variety has been given exclusive access to the first clip from Berlinale Special Gala film “Curveball,” which is inspired by the true story of how the work of the German secret service led to the Iraq War.

Curveball,” which will have its world premiere at the Berlinale, was directed by Johannes Naber, and written by Naber and Oliver Keidel. Arri Media Intl. will handle international sales on the film, which it will sell at the European Film Market.

The film centers on Wolf, a bioweapons expert working for the German Federal Intelligence Service (Bnd). He is obsessed with the idea that, despite Un inspections, anthrax is still being produced in Iraq. Wolf is assigned as the case officer for the Iraqi asylum seeker Rafid Alwan, who claims to have worked as an engineer for Saddam Hussein’s secret bioweapons program.

What is missing, though, is proof, but as Alwan’s

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