Sony snaps up the UK distribution rights to The Burnt Orange Heresy.

The last time I can remember Mick Jagger appearing on the big screen was with 1992s Freejack, although a quick peruse of IMDB reminds me of his cameos in The Bank Job and Enigma, as well as 1997’s Bent.

Long story short, he’s taken on a big screen acting role for the first time in a long while, as he’s part of the ensemble of The Burnt Orange Heresy.

The film is directed by Giuseppe Capotondi, from a screenplay by Scott B Smith (based on the novel by Charles Willeford). Jagger plays a rich art dealer who wants a painting stolen for him. In then comes the impressive ensemble cast, that includes Claes Bang, Donald Sutherland and Elizabeth Debicki.

The movie has now been snapped up for UK release by Sony too, following its premiere at the recent Venice Film Festival. The studio hasn’t announced when it plans to release the movie, but expect more details in due course. No sign of a trailer yet.

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