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'The Good Nurse' World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival


Sep. 12 2022, Published 5:48 p.m. ET


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Last night, September 11, 2022,THE GOOD NURSE had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Stars Jessica Chastain, Eddie Redmayne, Nnamdi Asomugha, Kim Dickens, Noah Emmerich, and Alix West Lefler, Producers, Scott Franklin, Darren Aronofsky, Michael A. Jackman, Glen Basner, Director, Tobias Lindholm, and real-life hero Amy Loughren were in attendance.

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The film focuses on Amy, a compassionate nurse and single mother struggling with a life-threatening heart condition, is stretched to her physical and emotional limits by the hard and demanding night shifts at theICU. But help arrives whenCharlie, a thoughtful and empathetic fellow nurse, starts at her unit. While sharing long nights at the hospital, the two develop astrong and devoted friendship, and for the first time in years,Amytruly has faith in her and her young daughters’ future. But after a series of mysterious patient deaths sets off an investigation that points toCharlieas the prime suspect,Amyis forced to risk her life and the safety of her children to uncover the truth.

A gripping thriller based on true events,THE GOOD NURSE is directed by Academy Award nominee Tobias Lindholm, written by Academy Award nominee Krysty Wilson-Cairns, and stars Academy Award winners Jessica Chastain as Amy Loughren and Eddie Redmayne as Charles Cullen, as well as Nnamdi Asomugha, Noah Emmerich, and Kim Dickens.

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