Hollywood plans to produce a movie that tells the story of the mysterious Branch’s escape

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Carlos Ghosn On his interest in making a movie about his life, especially when there were rumors about his meeting with a movie producer "Birdman" John Leisure.

It seems that now, after his dramatic escape, Hollywood has become more interested in the story of Ghosn’s escape, in an interview with "CBS News" Newsletter, Ghosn said Hollywood I contacted him about making his life story and he replied "why not?"

It was reported that Ghosn had a meeting with John Leisure when he was under house arrest in Tokyo, according to Business Insider.

Ghosn managed to escape from Japan last December and went to Lebanon Through Turkey, Try to avoid the trial in Japan For financial corruption.

According to reports, Ghosn has left his home in TokyoTake a express train to OsakaThen, he boarded a private plane to E.Istanbul, By evading customs by hiding in a large trunk of a musical instrument, before arriving Beirut On December 30th.

It is unclear who helped him in the mysterious and exciting escape, although he believes that at least 15 people, including an American Special Forces officer known as the Green Beret Battalion, have cost millions of dollars.

And in an interview with the network "CBS News"Ghosn revealed the confidentiality of the details of his escape, and said that he had planned the bold operation himself, according to the British Daily Mail newspaper.

He added: "I knew I was taking a risk. I knew I had to work on my own only with the people who would perform the operation", And he declined to comment on the people who helped him escape.

Ghosn indicated that he did not feel guilty about avoiding Japanese authorities, And he said: "I will not say that I am a fugitive from justice, I am a fugitive from injustice. I don’t feel bad about that, because of the way I was treated and the way I was looking at the system. Frankly, I feel no guilt".

The former president of Nissan claims that he fled Japan to escape a legal system "Brutal and ruthless", Where 99 percent of cases end in conviction, a claim he repeated at a lengthy press conference in Beirut last Wednesday, in which he said that "Fair trial" It was impossible under Japanese judicial system He was interrogated for 8 hours a day without a lawyer.

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Before his escape from Tokyo, he crossed Carlos Ghosn On his interest in making a film about his life, especially when there were rumors about his meeting with the producer of “Birdman” John Fisher.

Now, after his dramatic escape, Hollywood appears to be more interested in the story of Ghosn’s escape. In an interview with CBS News, Ghosn said that Hollywood I contacted him about his life story and he replied, “Why not?”

It was reported that Ghosn had a meeting with John Leisure when he was under house arrest in Tokyo, according to Business Insider.

Ghosn managed to escape from Japan last December and went to Lebanon Through Turkey, Try to avoid the trial in Japan For financial corruption.

According to reports, Ghosn has left his home in TokyoTake a express train to OsakaThen, he boarded a private plane to E.Istanbul, By evading customs by hiding in a large trunk of a musical instrument, before arriving Beirut On December 30th.

It is unclear who helped him in the mysterious and exciting escape, although he believes that at least 15 people, including an American Special Forces officer known as the Green Beret Battalion, have cost millions of dollars.

In an interview with “CBS News”, Ghosn revealed the confidentiality of the details of his escape, and said he had planned the bold operation himself, according to the British Daily Mail.

“I knew I was taking a risk. I knew that I should only work alone with the people who would carry out the operation,” he said, declining to comment on the people who helped him escape.

Ghosn indicated that he did not feel guilty about avoiding Japanese authoritiesAnd, he said, “I will not say that I am a fugitive from justice, I am a fugitive from injustice. I do not feel bad about it, because of the way I was treated and the way I was looking at the system. Frankly, I feel no guilt.”

The former president of Nissan claims that he fled Japan to escape a “cruel and ruthless” legal system, where 99 percent of cases end in conviction, a claim he repeated at a lengthy news conference in Beirut last Wednesday, in which he said that a “fair trial” was impossible. in shade Japanese judicial system He was interrogated for 8 hours a day without a lawyer.



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