A brand new trailer for the Netflix horror pic introduces us to Catherine (Seyfried), a girl who reluctantly leaves her life in Manhattan behind when her husband, George (James Norton), lands a job instructing artwork historical past at a small Hudson Valley school. The couple and their younger daughter transfer into an outdated dairy farm that George is satisfied is “the proper home” for them. “ once I noticed this place, I knew instantly it was for us,” he provides.
Catherine isn’t fairly so positive it’s an ideal match. Feeling more and more remoted, she begins to sense darkness within the property and in her relationship with George, who seems to be holding secrets and techniques from her. “My spouse doesn’t know what occurred right here. I believe it will be higher if we saved it that method,” he tells a neighborhood. In the meantime, Catherine is “beginning to see issues” — and she or he’s scared to inform George about it. “I must know what occurred,” she insists.
Following her breakout position in “Imply Women,” Seyfried has gone on to seem in titles equivalent to “Mamma Mia!” and “Les Misérables.” She’s up for Greatest Efficiency by an Actress in a Supporting Position for her portrayal of Marion Davies in “Mank.” The “Huge Love” and “Veronica Mars” alumna’s upcoming slate consists of Hulu collection “The Dropout,” a portrait of Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes, and Amy Koppelman’s “A Mouthful of Air,” a drama a few kids’s guide writer coping with postpartum despair.
Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini directed “Issues Heard & Seen” and wrote it for the display screen. The pair acquired an Oscar nomination for his or her 2003 screenplay adaptation of “American Splendor,” which additionally they directed. Their different function credit embrace “10,000 Saints” and “The Nanny Diaries.”
“Issues Heard & Seen” hits Netflix April 29.