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From visionary director, Emerald Fennell (Killing Eve) comes a delicious new take on revenge.
Suspiciously unambitious Cassie (Carey Mulligan) leads a quiet existence as a barista who lives in her parents’ house since dropping out of medical school. She and her friendly boss, Gail (Laverne Cox), gab away days at the cafe. The way she spends her evenings, however, reveals a boiling vendetta. Men who cross her path are in serious danger, as beautiful and brutal Cassie seeks to heal from past trauma by doling out scathing lessons. When Ryan (Bo Burnham), a former classmate, re-enters her life, so does the possibility of healing—until new details about the death of her best friend infuriate Cassie and inspire her most potent confrontation yet. The cast also includes Alison Brie, Jennifer Coolidge and Connie Britton.
Emerald Fennell's signature bite, wit, and re-imagined femme fatales make PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN a daring but dark inspiration. Fennell and her team paint a perversely heroic portrait and a eulogy to the loss of potential that occurs when male cruelty claims yet another promising young woman.
"Fennell's film could be called a polemic, but dramatically it's so sharply and boldly laid out that its narrative shocks rule the day. It's jolting to witness how it refuses to let anyone off the hook." - Hollywood Reporter
"Provocative and recalcitrant, it's sure to spark plenty of debate, but also resonate with anyone who has seen their life (or, indeed, the life of someone they love) changed forever by rape." - Little White Lies
"Actress-turned-writer-director Emerald Fennell swings for the fences with an unapologetically bold thriller rooted in the conversations about #MeToo, consent and slut-shaming." - The Wrap
Winner! BAFTA Awards. OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM (Promising Young Woman; Emerald Fennell, Ben Browning, Ashley Fox, Josey McNamara)
5 Academy Award Nominations - Best Picture, Best Director (Emerald Fennell ), Best Actress in a Leading Role (Carey Mulligan), Best Original Screenplay (Emerald Fennell), Best Film Editing.