Brea Grant (All the Creatures Were Stirring), Hunter C. Smith (The Big Day), Kristina Klebe (Slay Belles), Kausar Mohammed (What Men Want), Dhruv Uday Singh (Let’s Enjoy), Yasmine Al-Bustami (Super Novas), Leith M. Burke (Suburbicon), Anzor Alem (His House), Larry Cedar (Killer Kate!), Nikea Gamby-Turner (When It Comes Around), Susan Kemp (film debut), Jesse Merlin (Cabaret of the Dead), Tara Perry (Best Fake Friends), Shelly Skandrani (Sharia), Chase Williamson (John Dies at the End), Grace Yee (The Year of Spectacular Men)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Natasha Kermani (Shattered), director; Brea Grant (12 Hour Shift), writer; Chelsea Davenport (Curtis), Patrick Ewald (Big Ass Spider!), Robert V. Galluzzo (Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales) and Kimberly Hwang (Curtis), producers; Jeremy Zuckerman (Horse Girl), composer; Julia Swain (Cassidy Red), cinematographer; Chris Willett (film debut), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
May (Grant), a self-help book author, suddenly finds herself stalked by a threatening masked figure. When she struggles to get help from those around her, May decides to take matters into her own hands…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This chilling psychological thriller explores difficult themes like gaslighting and commonplace misogyny while also delivering a compelling and satisfying climax, particularly when writer Brea Grant also stars as the increasingly frustrated lead character.