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Most years are kind to Naomi Watts, and 2019 is no real exception. The actress has been in the hit Sundance film “Luce,” and she was cast as the lead in one of HBO’s “Game Of Thrones” spin-offs, although you won’t see that one until 2020 at the earliest. But she’s also been in one more 2019 Sundance film that has gone a little bit more under the radar. In “The Wolf Hour,” which still doesn’t seem to have U.S. distribution, Watts plays an agoraphobic shut-in in 1970s New York during the summer of Son of Sam that terrorized the five boroughs in 1977.
That backdrop, a hot and sweltering summer in New York during a blackout with a serial killer on the loose (David Berkowitz), is the setting for “The Wolf Hour” and a psychological thriller and drama where a woman (Watts) is having something of a mental breakdown during this duress and anxiety that panicked an entire city.
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Written and directed by Alistair Banks Griffin, on top of Naomi Watts, “Wolf Hour” stars Emory Cohen, Jennifer Ehle, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jeremy Bobb, and Brennan Brown. But it appears to be more...
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