Toni Collette & Bella Heathcote in Thriller Series 'Pieces of Her' Trailer
"There are just some things… you don't understand." Netflix has revealed the first official trailer for a new mystery crime thriller series titled Pieces of Her, based on Karin Slaughter's bestselling novel of the same name. The best part about this is that stars the superbly talented Toni Collette, in a role where it seems she has some hidden sides. When a Saturday afternoon trip to the mall with her mother suddenly explodes into violence, an adrift young woman's conception of her mother is forever altered. As figures from her past start to resurface, she is forced to go on the run and on that journey, begins to piece together the truth of her mother's previous identity and uncovers secrets of her childhood. Also co-starring Bella Heathcote, with Jessica Barden, Jacob Scipio, Joe Dempsie, Aaron Jeffery, Omari Hardwick, Gil Birmingham, David Wenham, Calum Worthy, Nicholas Burton, and Terry O’Quinn. This almost reminds me of A History of Violence but with Collette and as a small town America series instead. Very mysterious premise.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Netflix's series Pieces of Her, direct from YouTube:
Based on Karin Slaughter's New York Times bestselling novel, in a sleepy Georgia town a random act of violence sets off an unexpected chain of events for the 30-year-old Andy Oliver and her mother Laura. Desperate for answers, Andy embarks on a dangerous journey across America, drawing her towards the dark, hidden heart of her family. Pieces of Her is a series with episodes directed by TV filmmaker Minkie Spiro, of directing gigs on "Downton Abbey", "One Mississippi", "Here and Now", "Kidding", "Dead to Me", and "The Plot Against America" previously. Showrun by Charlotte Stoudt. Writing credits aren't finalized yet, but it's adapted from the novel of the same name by Karin Slaughter. Netflix will release the Pieces of Her series streaming on Netflix starting March 4th, 2022 this winter. Your thoughts? Want to watch this?