Bruce Willis is about to join the fraternity of actor-director hyphenates. According to the Shreveport Times, Bruce Willis is set to make his directorial debut and star in the film, Three Stories About Joan.

The film also stars Owen Wilson and Kieran Culkin and will be shot in the Shreveport area from October 3 to November 10. Little else was known about the film, but the folks at CHUD dug up a synopsis, found in The Film Catalog that we have below.

At age seventeen, JOAN loses her virginity.

At age 21, she loses her virtue.

At age 25, she loses her vices.

Or did she lose nothing .... but her mind?

THREE STORIES ABOUT JOAN interweaves the three phases of a young womans struggle to retain her faith in a love borne out of need, destroyed by a madness, and restored by a ghost.

Bruce Willis character is the center of Joans life. He is egocentric, paranoid, tender, and brutal and madly in love with the Joan he wants her to be.

He is also her father.

THREE STORIES ABOUT JOAN is a tautly structured fable that weaves in the surreal with the real, the supernatural with the unnatural, and the triumph of young love in all its exhaltation, and its desperation.

And it is brilliant in its deception, as nothing ever is what it appears to be.