The Safran Company military thriller starring Armie Hammer will get an autumn North American release.

Well Go USA has acquired North American rights to military thriller Mine, written and directed by Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro and starring Armie Hammer.

Well Go says the film, produced by The Safran Company in association with Roxbury, Poznan Film Group and Sun Film, will play on the festival circuit this autumn and subsequently get a theatrical, digital and home video release throughout the US and Canada.

Hammer stars as a US soldier who is stranded after a mission goes awry and must fight for survival against his enemies and an unforgiving desert environment. Annabelle Wallis and Tom Cullen co-star and Peter Safran produces. Executive producers are Hammer, Miguel Angel Faura, Natalia Safran, Guaglione and Resinaro.

Well Go USA Entertainment president and CEO Doris Pfardrescher said: “An excellent thriller can surprise and shock audiences, and Mine is a great example of that. It’s a raw and unnerving genre film with an angle that will resonate with fans.”

The deal was negotiated by Dylan Marchetti for Well Go USA and Joe Austin of WME for The Safran Company.