Review: Anna Kendrick makes haunting directorial debut with ‘Woman of the Hour’

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CHENNAI: Anna Kendrick’s directorial debut “Woman of the Hour,” which screened at Jeddah’s Red Sea International Film Festival earlier this month, is a dark, true story of a serial killer that proves her mettle as a serious filmmaker who knows how to handle a serious topic with a light touch.

Kendrick, who played a woman in distress in “Alice, Darling,” creates a similar role in her directorial debut — a hauntingly unsettling piece of drama in which we see how a man turns into a monster.

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