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Munich's Collina to make dramatic remake of The Champagne Spy

Munich-based Collina Films has hired Israeli writer-director Nadav Schirman to make an English-language adaptation of his documentary The Champagne Spy.The real-life story centres on Jewish Mossad agent Wolfgang Lotz who became addicted to his covert identity as an ex-Nazi playboy and millionaire horse breeder in Cairo in the 1960s.Collina's general manager Ulrich Limmer, who will produce the film, has owned the rights to ...

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