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‘The Woman In The Window’ Trailer: Amy Adams Vs. Outside World And Inside Her Head In Netflix Drama

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“I’m agoraphobic — I can’t go outside,” we hear Anna Fox say. “I’m been slipping — getting into a real dark frame of mind.”

Here’s the new trailer for Netflix’s The Woman in the Window, starring Amy Adams as said shut-in who feels safest when she’s watching the world from behind her window. Things seem to be on the upswing as she becomes friends with a neighbor, Jane (Julianne Moore). Or does she? Then one night, Anna hears noises from across the street and witnesses something unimaginable happen to Jane. Or does she?

A 911 call later, Detective Little (Brian Tyree Henry) arrives and delivers surprising news: The woman Anna thought was Jane apparently is not, as she and we are introduced to the “real” Jane (Jennifer Jason Leigh).

The cop’s theory: “The doctor said that your meds can cause hallucinations.”

Anna’s conclusion: “I’m not crazy. I know what I saw. … They’re all hiding something.”

Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie, Fred Hechinger and Wyatt Russell also star in the film from director Joe Wright (Darkest Hour). Tracy Letts wrote the script based on the bestseller by A.J. Finn. Scott Rudin produced it.

The Woman in the Window starts streaming May 14 on Netflix. Check out the clip above and new key art below.





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