In American Woman UK Trailer Sienna Miller Is A Woman On A Mission

Ahead of it’s cinema next month, Signature Entertainment has released the UK Trailer for American Woman.

Starring Sienna Miller, as a mother finding herself in a worst case scenario no mum ever wants to be in. Their child goes missing. Don’t expect Miller to be a woman with a ‘particular set of skills’ ala Taken. This one looks a lot more dramatic, than brainless retribution.

Originally entitled The Burning Woman Miller plays a woman whose teenage daughter goes missing. She’s left with her infant gran child as she attempts to find her girl.

There seems to be a Gone Girl tone to this one. It seems the daughter disappears largely thanks to mysterious circumstances. The closer she gets, it seems last minute things slip further away. When things are finally unravelled, I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s plenty of twists and turns.

The film made its debut at Toronto Film Festival last year with critics highlighting Sienna Miller’s performance. This looks engaging, emotional even a bit gritty…

American Woman finds poignant drama in one woman’s gruelling odyssey, thanks in no small part to Sienna Miller’s outstanding work in the leading role.

In a blue-collar town in Pennsylvania, a 32-year-old woman’s teen daughter goes missing and she is left to raise her infant grandson alone. The story is told over the course of 11 years: we journey with her from the time her daughter vanishes, through the trials-and-tribulations of subsequent years, and ultimately to the long-awaited discovery of the truth.

Led by a tour-de-force performance from Sienna Miller (American Sniper) described as “A masterclass” and “Oscar-worthy” by the Chicago Tribune

The cast includes Christina Hendricks, Aaron Paul, Amy Madigan, Will Sasso, Sky Ferreira, Alex Neustaedter, Macon Blair, and Pat Healy.

American Woman, in UK & Irish Cinemas and on Digital HD 11th October 2019.

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