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The Nest

(Rated MA15+)

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“It’s what we always wanted”

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Overview

Allison (Carrie Coon), her husband and two children lead a happy suburban life in 1980s New York. Her marriage with Rory (Jude Law) seems, on the surface, perfect. When Rory senses opportunity and moves the family back to his native England, cracks begin to form. Renting out a grand old manor, and enrolling the children in private school, Rory carefully crafts the outer appearance of success. Something doesn’t add up, and a sense of unease and suspicion begins to fester within Allison, threatening to disintegrate their marriage. As creepy as a horror film, with an intensely atmospheric score from Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry, The Nest is a masterfully crafted anatomy of a relationship from director Sean Durkin (Martha Marcy May Marlene).

Official Selection
— Sundance Film Festival 2020
“Law gives one of his greatest performances... the sheer beauty of individual moments is elating”
— RogerEbert.com
“Made with a level of craft so compelling it can be difficult to tear your eyes from the screen”
— The Playlist
“One of the best films of the year”
— Vanity Fair

Why You Should See This Film

It's been a while between films for Sean Durkin, whose 2011 debut Martha Marcy May Marlene won serious critical acclaim at Sundance and Cannes. But The Nest greatly benefits from this long gestation — it has a deliciously novelistic quality of a fully formed vision, created without compromise. While Jude Law is perfectly cast as the Ripley-esque Rory, it’s Carrie Coon who really steals the screen here, delivering a completely captivating performance as Allison. Highly recommended!

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  • Year: 2020
  • Rating: MA15+
  • Director: Sean Durkin
  • Cast: Jude Law, Carrie Coon
  • Duration: 107 minutes
  • Language: English
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