WHO’S IN IT?

Sienna Guillory (High-Rise), Jessica Alexander (Glasshouse), Ruby Stokes (Una), Kaine Zajaz (Cherry), Lindsay Duncan (About Time), Walter van Dyk (The Carrier)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Ruth Paxton (film debut), director; Justin Bull (Merge), writer; Nik Bower (The Corrupted), Leonora Darby (Bull), James Harris (I Am Not a Serial Killer), Mark Lane (The Anomaly) and Laure Vaysse (Tell It to the Bees), producers; CJ Mirra (Paa Joe & The Lion), composer; David Liddell (Feed Me), cinematographer; Matyas Fekete (The Duke of Burgundy), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Holly (Guillory), a widowed mother, is disturbed when her teen daughter Betsey (Alexander) develops an extreme eating disorder, which she claims is key to her experiencing a higher power. Obsessed with her daughter’s highly unusual dilemma, Holly is forced to make a radical choice in order to protect her family…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

Eating disorders have never been more terrifying than in debut director Ruth Paxton’s eerie supernatural horror, which has earned tons of attention throughout the festival circuit.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 11TH MARCH 2022

WHERE CAN I FIND IT?

IN CINEMAS NATIONWIDE, AND AVAILABLE TO RENT/BUY ON DIGITAL PLATFORMS, INCLUDING AMAZON PRIME VIDEO

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