Saint Aire Productions has acquired the worldwide film rights to Andy Andrews’ The Noticer, the company announced today. The bestselling 2009 novel, by the author of The Traveler’s Gift, mixes fiction, allegory, and inspiration to tell the tale of a man who notices what others in an Alabama small town miss. Saint Aire, which produced 2010’s The Kids Are All Right, plans to go into development immediately; shooting is scheduled to start in winter 2013 in Alabama.
Saint Aire Picks Up 'The Noticer'
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