High Wire Act

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High Wire Act
Directed by Brad Anderson
Produced by Tony Gilroy
Ted Field
Mike Weber
Shivani Rawat
Monica Levinson
Written by Tony Gilroy
Starring Jon Hamm
Rosamund Pike
Dean Norris
Shea Whigham
Larry Pine
Mark Pellegrino
Music by John Debney
Cinematography Björn Charpentier
Radar Pictures
ShivHans Pictures
Distributed by Caravan Pictures (US)
Country United States
Language English

High Wire Act is an upcoming American political thriller film directed by Brad Anderson.


In 1980s Beirut, a former U.S. diplomat returns to service to save a colleague from the group responsible for the death of his family.



On May 6, 2015, it was reported that Jon Hamm had signed on to star in High Wire Act, written by Tony Gilroy and directed by Brad Anderson.[1] On July 20, 2015, Rosamund Pike joined the cast,[2] on May 4, 2016, ShivHans Pictures came on board to produce and finance the film. Dean Norris, Shea Whigham, Larry Pine, and Mark Pellegrino joined the cast.[3] High Wire Act began filming in Tangier, Morocco in June 2016.[3][4]


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