RUN trailer & poster – Sarah Paulson is an overbearing (and possibly insane) mother

RUN trailer & poster – Sarah Paulson is an overbearing (and possibly insane) mother

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If you saw director Aneesh Chaganty’s 2018 web camera thriller SEARCHING, you may realize he’s one of the most impressive new filmmakers to hit the scene in years. Now he’s back with another thriller, much more traditional in its style, but still looking very interesting. RUN stars Sarah Paulson as a mother to a wheelchair-bound daughter in need of constant care… but a mother who also may not be what she appears to be. As the daughter begins to find things out, she now must find a way to escape, which could prove quite difficult. Kiera Allen makes her feature debut here as the daughter in question, and uses a wheelchair in real life, so it’s nice to see casting a real life wheelchair user in a role like this instead of just an actor pretending to use one. In addition to Aneesh Chaganty, the SEARCHING producer team of Natalie Qasabian and Sev Ohanian are back as well, with Chaganty and Ohanian co-writing the screenplay. Pat Healy and Onalee Ames also star. Check out the first trailer below and tell us your thoughts in the comments.

A home schooled teenager begins to suspect her mother is keeping a dark secret from her.

RUN opens May 8, 2020

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