A little thing like imprisonment won't keep Roman Polanski from finishing his latest movie. Pal Robert Harris, who wrote the script for Polanski's new film, The Ghost, starring Pierce Brosnan, says the erstwhile director is making "his wishes known from his cell" despite his inability to make phone calls. Polanski finished editing the film, about a British prime minister accused of war crimes, on the day of his arrest and recently gave instructions about the films score to Alexandre Desplat, who wrote the music to The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The movie is set to premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in February. As Harris put it, the release "will test to the upper limits the notion that there's no such thing as bad publicity."