The ManFrom London has been shut down in Corsica following three weeks ofshooting.

A French-German-British-Hungarian co-production, theEuros 5m film was adapted from a Georges Simenon novel. It had already fallenten days behind schedule when the plug was pulled, according to Agence FrancePresse.

Directedby Bela Tarr, the film was to be co-produced by Humbert Balsan's Ognon Picturesbut his suicide on February 10 prohibited the other co-producers from"agreeing to continue to finance the film," said executive producerJean-Patrick Constantini.

Actors and technicians left the island at the end of lastweek while a crew remains for another three weeks to dismantle sets.