1hr 38mins

Thomasin McKenzie and Anne Hathaway are magnetic in this gripping psychological thriller from director William Oldroyd (Lady Macbeth), as a young prison secretary's life is forever changed with the arrival of an alluring new counsellor.

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William Oldroyd
Child sex abuse references, strong violence, threat, language, sex, suicide

In frigid 1960s Boston, Eileen (Thomasin McKenzie) shuffles between her father’s dingy, emotionally haunted home and the prison where she works alongside colleagues who have ostracized her.

When an intoxicating woman (Anne Hathaway) joins the prison staff, Eileen is taken.

Just when the possibility of a salvational friendship (or maybe more) takes hold and forms a singular glimmer in Eileen’s darkness, her newfound confidant entangles her in a shocking crime that alters all.

Based on the book of the same name by literary powerhouse Ottessa Moshfegh, the extraordinary sophomore feature from Lady Macbeth director William Oldroyd is an acting tour-de-force two-hander between fast-rising star Thomasin McKenzie and Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway.

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