Things are not looking good for Roman Polanski.
The attempt by Polanski's lawyers to have the secret testimony of the original prosecutor of his case unsealed was rejected by a judge on Monday. Judge Peter Espinoza said there are only two ways it could be unsealed: if Polanski returns to the states or if Roger Gunson, the original prosecutor, is unable to testify.
Polanski is certainly beginning to feel the intense urgency of his situation, because he recently released a direct statement.
The Ghost Writer, a film that could very well be Polanski's last work, has raked in nearly $15 million domestically since opening on February 19.