Despite having only made just one movie, Tom Ford has established himself as one of the most interesting directors around. For his follow-up to 2009’s sublime A Single Man, the fashion designer turned filmmaker has recruited the respective acting talents of Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal to tell the story of a divorced couple who come to learn some dark, uncomfortable secrets about each other.
Adapted from the novel ‘Tony and Susan’ by Austin Wright, Nocturnal Animals promises to be a haunting and – naturally – stylish romantic thriller, at least that’s if the early word coming out of the Toronto International Film Festival is anything to go by.
Nocturnal Animals is in cinemas 4 November.
Published 14 Sep 2016
A bug-eyed Jake Gyllenhaal goes full Rupert Pupkin in this eminently creepy satire on the hysteria of rolling TV news.
Bertrand Bonello stuns with this coolly exacting, lightly experimental take on the impulse modern terrorism.