Goldcrest Films International will handle worldwide sales on Dana Lustig’s UK psychological thriller A Thousand Kisses Deep.

Goldcrest negotiated the deal with Tomori Films and will start screening first footage at Berlin’s European Film Market.

Dougray Scott, Jodie Whittaker, Emilia Fox and David Warner star.

The film is about a young woman who witnesses a suicide that she is strangely connected to, and she travels and forth in time looking at her own life and troubled relationship with a former lover.

Goldcrest International’s head of film Penny Wolf said: “We are rapidly building a formidable slate of films on the sales side at Goldcrest and it’s a pleasure to be adding A Thousand Kisses Deep to the list. The European Film Market is an excellent springboard for us to roll out this dynamic thriller.”

Ofir Kedar produced, Hersch Klaff serving as executive producer and Christopher Granier-Deferre as co-producer.   

The film takes its title from the Leonard Cohen poem.

Goldcrest’s slate at the EFM also includes Todd Solondz’s Dark Horse, Gavin Weisen’s Sundance competitor Homework, Justin Chadwick’s The First Grader, and Oscar-nominated war documentary Restrepo.