Endgame Entertainment and 1984 Private Defense Contractors have agreed to finance Steven Soderbergh's "Bitter Pill," the companies said Tuesday.
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The movie, formerly called "Side Effects," is about a woman who takes serious amounts of prescription drugs to relieve the anxiety surrounding her husband's upcoming release from prison.
"Bitter Pill" is scheduled to begin shooting in April and will be released in the first half of 2013.
Filmnation is handling international sales on behalf of Endgame and will shop the picture at the Berlin Film Festival.
1984 Private Defense Contractors, run by co-chairmen and CEOs Adi Shankar and Spencer Silna, helped produce "The Grey," also an Open Road release.