The Oxford Murders, based on the book by Argentine author Guillermo Martinez, will be out in UK cinemas on the 26th March (according to Wikipedia) or 25th April (according to IMDB). The actors involved include John Hurt, Elijah Wood, Anna Massey and Torchwood's Burn Gorman.
Synopsis from Wikipedia: November 1993. Wood plays Martin, an American student at Oxford University who wants Arthur Seldom (Hurt) as his thesis director. In a public lecture, Seldom quotes Wittgenstein's Tractatus to deny the possibility of truth. Martin contests asserting his faith in the mathematics under reality. Later, Martin and Seldom coincide and find Martin's landlady (also a friend of Seldom's) murdered. Seldom declares to the police that he had received a note with his friend's address marked as "the first of a series". As Seldom is an authority on logical series, he suspects that a serial murderer is defying his intelligence. Martin, Seldom and Lorna (Leonor Watling), a Spanish nurse, will try to guess the following terms of the series as murders continue.
Watch the English language trailer below:
Guillermo Martinez's next book available in English, The Book of Murder, will be on sale from 1 May.