A blind musician hears a murder committed in the apartment upstairs from hers that sends her down a dark path into London's gritty criminal underworld.
Fear Blinds the Truth
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Natalie Dormer said she was upset after critics deemed her movie In Darkness, which she co-wrote and produced, to have a "gratuitous" sex scene. "I was mortified that it had been interpreted in a gratuitous way. It was like a slap in the face," the actress said. Dormer defended the scene in an interview with The Guardian in July 2019. "There has to be sexuality in the power play of a thriller. In this film, the sex scene, which for me was a love-making scene, is a metaphor for the way my character connects with the part played by Ed Skrein. If the lead characters do not have a clear connection, then it doesn't work. And on screen it has to be a physical connection between two broken people. That was my intention." See more
Sofia doesn't have a bandage on her cut hand while she's playing, but later when she's in the cafe, she does. See more
Sofia, please look after it for me.