Lady Macbeth
Her character is sympathetic at the start of the movie and sociopathic by the end, but Pugh's genius is that she never changes a thing.
Early nods start building momentum as award season rolls toward BAFTA, Golden Globe, Indie Spirit, and Oscar nominations.
From the hilarity of "Girls Trip" to the horror of "It Comes at Night," our critics panel looks back at the summer's most surprising movies.
Summer is a traditionally a slower period for specialized releases, and this weekend leads by example.
Recent indie box office hits mean more competition for newcomers like hardboiled period drama "Lady Macbeth."
Roadside Attractions will release the drama in New York and Los Angeles theaters on June 2, 2017.
Imagine Alfred Hitchock directing "Wuthering Heights" and you'll get an idea of William Oldroyd's tense period drama.
Roadside Attractions picked up one of the popular faves at Toronto 2016, which breaks out actress Florence Pugh.
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