Roman Polanski is directing a film entitled J'Accuse that will be shooting in Paris later this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is reportedly based on the story of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, a French-Jewish soldier who was falsely accused of spying for the Germans and was put on trial for treason in the late 19th century. Polanski was arrested and charged with raping a 13-year-old in 1977, and released after 42 days after pleading guilty to statutory rape. He then fled to France and has been a fugitive since. Recently, Polanski was kicked out of the The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which said his actions did not show “respect for human dignity.” He called the move “illegal” and threatened to sue. He also called the #MeToo movement a “collective hysteria” in an interview.