WHO’S IN IT?
Olivia Wilde (Life Itself), Morgan Spector (The Drop), Tonye Patano (Time Out of Mind), Judy Marte (On The Outs), Betsy Aidem (Nine Months), C. J. Wilson (Manchester By The Sea), Chuck Cooper (Find Me Guilty), Kyle Catlett (The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet), Estefania Tejeda (film debut), Olivia Gilliat (Tyrel), Cheryse Dyllan (Roxanne Roxanne)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Sarah Daggar-Nickson (film debut), director, writer; Allison Rose Carter (Donald Cried), Ambyr Childers (film debut), Andrew Corkin (Big Significant Things), Randall Emmett (Silence), George Furla (2 Guns), Lars Knudsen (Hereditary) and Olivia Wilde (Meadowland), producers; Danny Bensi (Boy Erased) and Saunder Jurriaans (The Autopsy of Jane Doe), composers; Alan McIntyre Smith (Loserville), cinematographer; Ben Baudhuin (Colossal) and Matthew C. Hart (The Americans In The Bulge), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Sadie (Wilde) is a woman who has suffered and survived domestic abuse, and has devoted her life to ridding other victims of their own abusers, while also tracking down her own husband who she intends to kill in order to finally feel free…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
It’s a busy week for Olivia Wilde, with not just her directorial debut Booksmart opening but also this dark and compelling thriller in which she stars and produces, giving what is said to be one of her very best performances in the process.