Scottish actor Alan Cumming is starring in and directing "Suffering Man's Charity," a low-budget dark comedy that also features David Boreana
Scottish actor Alan Cumming is handling double duty for "Suffering Man's Charity." Not only he is about to star in, but also direct as well. He would in the film join the likes of David Boreanaz, Anne Heche, Carrie Fisher, Henry Thomas, Karen Black and Jane Lynch.
"Suffering Man's Charity" is now in production in Los Angeles. Of horror comedy genre, the film portrays Boreanaz as a struggling writer who is accidentally killed by Cumming one evening. Cumming discovers the writer's novel and ends up taking credit for penning it. When it becomes a success, the writer comes back to haunt him.
Hache is set to portray the book's publisher, while Fisher about to play a reporter.