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
When she enters her apartment, neither earbuds are in her ears. See more
Sofia, please look after it for me.