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“Everything a private moment, and who we are in private moments is very different from how we are in the world. We have personas, many of them!” Watts told EW recently. “June is someone who’s in the public eye, but not anymore. Whatever she’s experienced in a good way that made her feel valuable has been ripped away from her, so in the apartment, she’s completely free, but she also feels trapped.”
“The Wolf Hour” is not the first psychological thriller Watts has starred in. She has delved into the thriller genre before with films such as “Stay,” “Funny Games,” “Dream House,” “Shut In,” and most recently this year’s provocative “Luce.”
Synopsis - Watt - Thriller
Here is the official synopsis for Watt’s latest thriller.
It’s July 1977, and New York City is awash with escalating violence. A...
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