Actor Christopher Lloyd has joined the cast of the film Nandor Fodor And The Talking Mongoose, inspired by a true story.
Christopher Lloyd has chosen a new project in which to act: Nandor Fodor And The Talking Mongoosethe new film written and directed by Adam Sigal inspired by real events.
In fact, at the center of the plot there will be an author, psychoanalyst and parapsychologist of Hungarian-American origins.
The film Nandor Fodor And The Talking Mongoose will tell the protagonist’s attempt to locate a mongoose on the Isle of Man that seemed to be able to speak. Gef was a superstar in the 1930s and was the focus of many stories about the British tabloids and ghost hunters of the time.
Filming is currently underway in Leeds, UK. Christopher Lloyd will play the role of Doctor Price, an opponent of Nandor, who tries to uncover the secrets of the mystery of Gef.
The animal appears to have started living on the Irving family’s farm and some investigators thought Voirrey Irving was using a ventriloquist’s puppet and convinced his family to keep the fiction. Irving instead argued that one day there was the first appearance of Gef, also declaring that it was a spirit, a ghost that had taken the form of a mongoose that had promised to ensure the safety of the family.
The press had become obsessed with the mystery of Gef. The Irving family then left the farm in 1945 after ruining the reputation of the estate which was considered haunted. Voirrey Irving has always maintained that Gef was real.
The part of Fodor has been entrusted to Simon Pegg, while Minnie Driver will play the role of Anne, Nandor’s assistant who works with him to try to track down Gef.
Among the stars of the film, which is currently shooting in Leeds, there are also Tim Downie, Ruth Connell, Paul Kaye, Gary Beadle, Drew Moerlein, Jessica Balmer and Edmund Kingsley