Watch The UK Trailer For A Good Woman is Hard to Find

It’s nearly time for FrightFest! Ahead of its European Premiere Abner Pastoll’s A Good Woman Is Hard to Find, UK Trailer has been released.

The Irish indie crime thriller is set to close the Dark Heart of Cinema’s upcoming 20th Anniversary Fest. What better time to excite Frightfesters with the film’s latest Promo.

The film stars Sarah Bolger (Emelie) as an recently widowed mother seeking the truth of who murdered her husband. She will go any lengths to protect her children.

The film has been picking up some superb reviews from its Fantasia Fest world premiere last month. It may not be the usual suspect to close the festival, however genre films are diverse. This one ticks all the boxes, stay tuned for our review…

A dynamic killer thriller with its finger firmly on the pulses of stark social commentary and shattering suspense, Road Games director Abner Pastoll crafts a dazzling, dark and daring journey through Northern Ireland’s criminal underbelly.

Recently widowed mother of two Sarah (a tour de force Sarah Bolger: Mayans M.C., Emelie) is desperate to know who murdered her husband in front of their young son, rendering him mute.

Coerced into helping a low-life drug-dealer stash narcotics stolen from the local Mr. Big, she’s forced to go beyond humanity into taking drastic action to protect her children while learning the awful truth about her spouse.

The film also stars Edward Hogg, Andrew Simpson, Jane Brennan, Packy Lee, Caolan Byrne, and Josh Bolt.

A Good Woman Is Hard to Find will premiere on 26th August at Arrow Video FrightFest (Last tickets get here for the fest). If you are unable to attend, Signature Entertainment will release the film in UK Cinemas and Digital HD from 25th October.

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