The Book of Henry

A single mother and her child genius son embark on an elaborate mission to save a neighbour from her abusive stepfather. "A powerful turn by Naomi Watts... keeps the audience at the edge of their seats when it comes to the twists and turns of the movie." - LA Times

How do you possibly followup a $1 billion worldwide phenomenon? If you’re 'Jurassic World' director Colin Trevorrow, you line up another big project (in this case 'Star Wars: Episode IX') and then dive head first into the polar opposite direction. Enter The Book of Henry, a thrilling family drama that brings Trevorrow back to the intimate human drama that made him stand out at Sundance in 2012 with 'Safety Not Guaranteed.'

Featuring rising young stars Jaeden Lieberher ('Midnight Special') and Jacob Tremblay ('Room'), the film centers around two young boys who go on a rescue mission to save their neighbor (Maddie Ziegler) from her abusive stepfather (Dean Norris), the local police commissioner.

As Henry's brainstormed rescue plan for Christina takes shape in thrilling ways, their single mother, Susan, (Naomi Watts) finds herself at the center of the mission, a risky position that's sure to put audiences on the edge of their seats.



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