River Phoenix's last film is to get its premiere almost two decades after his death.
'Dark Blood', which had been left untouched since the actor died in 1993, will get its first ever screening at the Netherlands Film Festival in Utrecht on September 27.
It also stars Jonathan Pryce and Judy Davis.
Its Dutch director George Sluizer, who is now suffering from poor health, had mothballed the film, which was four fifths complete at the time of Phoenix's death, but then began finishing it two years ago.
His daughter Anouk said: “My father is ill and he decided to resume the movie's post-production after almost 20 years.
"He had shot about 81 percent and there was enough material to make a suspenseful movie."Related Video: A tribute to Marilyn Monroe
He had hoped to use Phoenix's brother Joaquin to help voice and complete the film.
However, a statement released stated: "Joaquin Phoenix and his family have not been in communication with the director nor will they participate in any way."River Phoenix died in 1993, aged 23, after a drugs overdose at the Viper Room nightclub in Hollywood.