Naomi Watts loses her grip on reality in first trailer for ‘Shut In’

Naomi Watts arrives on the red carpet before the screening of the film "Money Monster" at the opening of the 69th annual Cannes International Film Festival on May 12, 2016. Watts stars in the first trailer for upcoming horror film, "Shut In." File photo: David Silpa/UPI

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 1 (UPI) — Naomi Watts is trying to determine what is a nightmare and what is real in the first trailer for upcoming psychological thriller, “Shut In.”

The clip released Wednesday, features Watts as a widowed child psychologist living in rural New England who is taking care of her paralyzed son played by “Stranger Things” alum Charlie Heaton.

Things start to get weird once she takes on a new client played by Jacob Tremblay of “Room” fame, who suddenly disappears in the middle of the night.

Now as she rushes to find her patient, Watts begins having nightmares and wonders if she is being haunted by the boy. “Something is going on and it’s not just in my head. I can prove it. You have to believe me,” she explains to a fellow doctor played by Oliver Platt.

Directed by Farren Blackburn, “Shut In” arrives in theaters Nov. 11.


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