February 21, 2024

My sister’s bonesupcoming psychological thriller Bill KenwrightStarring BKStudios Olga Kurylenko and Jenny Seagrove has released its first images per Deadline. The film is adapted from the novel he wrote Nuala Ellwood and he will tell the story of a decorated war reporter who has to return home after the death of his mother and the demons he returned from the war, as well as those who landed at home.

The suspenseful story begins in a depressing police station, with Dr. Shaw, a psychiatrist, interrogating famed war correspondent Kate Rafter about the traumatic events of her life. Herne Bay, a place he thought he had left behind forever, is now once again home to the haunted Rafter, who has returned to a horrific event in war-torn Iraq and the death of his mother. Her evil sister doesn’t welcome her, and her tolerant husband Paul can’t work out a solution. Rafter suspects that something strange and scary is going on next door as he removes his mother’s belongings from where she grew up.


The original novel was published in February 2017 and has been adapted for the screen Naomi Gibney. It will correct the photo Heidi Greensmith making it the director’s second project since then winter. Speaking about the film, Greensmith said: “Creating a strong distinctive style that would reflect the complexity of the story was just as important to me as working with our incredible team to uncover the truth about the Rafter family’s trauma so that we could piece together a distinctive thriller.” The director added. : “Every story needs an element of suspense, but as Hitchcock said, ‘There is no terror in the bang, only anticipation.'”

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Fresh from his job Very hotKurylenko is cast in this upcoming thriller David Bradley and Maggie Steed Bradley recently voicing Guillermo del ToroOscar winner of Pinocchio. Serving as an executive producer My sister’s bones are David Gilbert and Naomi George Kenwright for BKStuios as producer of the film. Film rights optioned in 2017, Kenwright he spoke about the purchase, saying: “as a producer I’m always looking for that something special and intangible. And I love thrillers! When I read Nuala’s novel I immediately thought that this could be it; a thriller that transcends, almost reinvents, the genre. I bought multiple copies for my friends and the verdict was unanimous: best British thriller in recent memory. So the search begins to find a screenwriter who matches Nuala’s character, suspense and exceptional talent for telling great stories.’

My sister’s bones it doesn’t have a release date yet. In the meantime, check out the rest of the footage and watch the trailer for Kurylenko’s latest spy thriller, betrayal, below:

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