Coming to Cinemas 28 February 2019

Psycho-thriller pairs Chloë Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert in a tale of obsession from director Neil Jordan (The Crying Game). 

Frances (Moretz) is a bored, struggling waitress who returns a lost handbag to its owner Greta (Huppert). The two begin to spend time together as friends, until Frances makes a discovery that encourages her to pull away. Of course, Greta won't let her get away easily, and friendship turns to torment.


Directed by

  • Neil Jordan('Byzantium', 'Michael Collins', 'Interview with the Vampire', 'The Crying Game')

Written by

Drama, Thriller


Ireland, USA

Hollywood Reporter


The filmmaker's expressively cockeyed impulses soon take over, and the resulting craziness is quite delightful to behold in the moment and to reflect on after.

IndieWire (USA)


It opens as a stilted, awkward drama... and then it takes a surprising flip.

Guardian (UK)


It’s everything and nothing, a familiar regurgitation of a formula with precious little to add.

Variety (USA)


Falls squarely in B movie territory but, by virtue of its two lead performers, winds up being far more enjoyable than it has any right to be.