French sales company Onoma International has taken on the world sales forHungarian filmmaker Ferenc Torok'snew film Overnight.The project has been shooting in Budapest since July 14 and will be moving to Germany on Aug 30 before a final stage of shooting in Bombay.

Overnightis the final film in Torok's trilogy about thegeneration after the end of the Socialist regime in Hungary after Moscow Square and Eastern Sugar, and starsViktor Bodo (as a successful stockmarkettradersuddenly facedwith the biggest business and personalchallenges of his life) and veteran German actor HannsZischler.

The project, which waspitched by Torok at last year's Connecting Cottbus co-development market during the Cottbus Film Festival, is being produced by Germany's Schmidtz Katze Filmkollektiv with Hungary's KatapultFilm and Filmpartners, with backing from theLeipzig-based regional public fund MDM and the Hungarian state film fund MMK.

Berlin-based Jetfilm has already committed to release the filmtheatrically in Germany.