I’m Thinking Of Ending Things Trailer: New Charlie Kaufman Movie Comes To Netflix
Netflix just released a trailer for I’m Thinking Of Ending Things, a new movie from Charlie Kaufman, director of Synecdoche, New York, and Anomalisa and writer of Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Based on Iain Reid’s acclaimed novel, I’m Thinking Of Ending Things tells a story about a young woman (Jessie Buckley) who, despite having second thoughts about their relationship, travels with a new boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to his family farm to meet his parents (Toni Collette and David Thewlis). Upon arrival, things get weird and she starts questioning everything she thought she knew about him, and herself.
Described as a psychological horror movie, which is a new one for Kaufman, this one actually looks intriguing and pretty interesting. Besides directing the movie, Kaufman also wrote the screenplay adapting it from Iain Reid’s novel. This marks his first time adapting others’ material since 2002 when he wrote Adaptation and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. The movie was supposed to premiere on film festivals but due to current circumstances with an ongoing pandemic, I’m Thinking Of Ending Things will be released on Netflix on September 4.
You can check a trailer for Charlie Kaufman’s I’m Thinking Of Ending Things below.
You can check more details about I’m Thinking Of Ending Things on IMDB.
Despite second thoughts about their relationship, a young woman (Jessie Buckley) takes a road trip with her new boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to his family farm. Trapped at the farm during a snowstorm with Jake’s mother (Toni Collette) and father (David Thewlis), the young woman begins to question the nature of everything she knew or understood about her boyfriend, herself, and the world. An exploration of regret, longing and the fragility of the human spirit, I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS is directed and written by Academy Award® winner Charlie Kaufman (ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND). Inspired by Iain Reid’s bestselling namesake novel.