Intrusion on Netflix: Home Invasion brings traumatic experience

Netflix has added another thriller to its list with ‘Intrusion’, a film that revolves around a woman trying to move past a traumatic home invasion that ended in homicide.

Directed by Adam Salky, the thriller follows a couple, Meera (Freida Pinto) and her husband Henry (Logan Marshall-Green), who moves into a small town where Henry has built them a beautiful home.

However, things soon take a dark turn as home invasion by masked intruder turns into a homicide. In an attempt to save themselves, Henry shoots the intruder in self defense. The incident leaves Meera in a traumatic hold.

She becomes suspicious of her surroundings when she learns the men might be involved in multiple missing people cases. In her search for the truth, she begins suspecting her husband as well.

Christopher Sparling has written the script and the official synopsis reads: “When a husband and wife move to a small town, a home invasion leaves the wife traumatized and suspicious that those around her might not be who they seem.”

Speaking about his creation, director Adam Salky stated that he wanted to make sure that when we met Meera, Pinto’s character, we knew she’s a breast cancer survivor.

“In the wake of her remission, Meera and Henry moved to a small town away from Boston to reconnect and start this new chapter in life where she’s healthy,” Salky said.

He added: “When their house gets broken into twice in so many days, it makes Meera start to question why they moved to this place, and who the people around her really are. The movie is about the terrifying unknowability of people.”

With cinematography by Eric Lin, the film will also star Robert John Burke as the lead detective on the case of the break-ins, and Clint Obenchain as one of the lead suspects.

The movie is all set to be released on the OTT platform on 22nd September.

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