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Charlie Kaufman's I Am Thinking Of Ending Things to be released on September 4

The film adaptation of Iain Reid's cult horror novel is set to premiere on Netflix

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Published: 07th August 2020
A still from the film

Academy Award-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman's third directorial venture, I Am Thinking Of Ending Things, is all set to be released on September 4 and a new trailer of the film gives peek into the surreal world of the film. 

Starring Jessie Buckley, Jesse Plemons, Toni Collette, and David Thewlis, the film is about an unnamed woman visiting her boyfriend's parents in a farmhouse. Throughout the trailer, the girlfriend keeps telling that she wants to end things. However, after reaching the farmhouse things take a surreal turn, which is typical of Charlie's earlier films. 

The film is based on the horror novel by Ian Reid, which of the same name. Charlie's last film, Anamolisa, came out in 2015 and the director-screenwriter has taken a long time for his third venture.

Like many other projects, I Am Thinking Of Ending Things' release was also affected by the pandemic. 

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