Weisz signs up for psychosexual drama '360'

Rachel Weisz has signed up to psychosexual drama '360'. The Oscar-winning actress will work with 'The Constant Gardener' director Fernando Meirelles on the movie, which has been written by Peter Morgan, Deadline.com reports.

The drama is based on the play 'Reigen' by Arthur Schnitzler and consists of short scenes between couples before or after a sexual liaison.

At the end of each scene, one half of the couple is seen in bed with another character, and so on, until the promiscuity comes full circle.

The play has already been made into a film, including French project 'La Ronde'. It has not been confirmed whether '360' will follow the same pattern as either the play or its subsequent spin-offs.

Rachel - who is engaged to film director Darren Aronofsky - recently confessed her career is only just beginning and she feels she is a "late developer".

She said: "I prefer to look forward and think about all the things I still haven't done. I feel like I'm only just getting going. I'm a late developer.

"I've definitely worked with some really interesting people, but I feel my best is yet to come. Well, I hope!"

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