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Tuesday 26th April, 2005
Forever "X-Files" Mulder, the ever droll David Duchovny will dabble in paranormal phenomena again. He’s returning to the big screen in a supernatural drama titled "The Secret."
Lili Taylor ("Six Feet Under," "The Haunting") and newcomer Olivia Thirlby also have been cast in the film.

Swiss-born actor-filmmaker Vincent Perez is signed on to make his English-language directorial debut on the project.

Possibly disproving Orson Welles catty line in The Third Man: “In Switzerland they had brotherly love - they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock."

Luc Besson is executive producing through his Paris-based label EuropaCorp.

(Well that's a big fat minus to start with, Ed.)

"Secret" is based on the 1999 Japanese film "Himitsu" and is set against an emotional triangle among a 16-year-old girl, her mother and her father.

After the mother is killed in an accident, her spirit inhabits the daughter's body. Ann Cherkis wrote the screenplay.

Principal photography begins this week in Montreal.

Duchovny, star of "The X-Files," wrote, directed and starred in "House of D" and will next be seen opposite Julianne Moore in the ensemble romance "Trust the Man."

Taylor will be seen in the upcoming drama "Factotum."
"I think my career is now an X-File!"

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