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Netflix Psychological Thriller The Lost Daughter Drops On 31st December

Netflix Psychological Thriller The Lost Daughter Drops On 31st December

The trailer is so intense.

Netflix's new psychological thriller The Lost Daughter lands on 31st December and it looks set to be our new TV obsession.

The psychological drama comes to Netflix on New Year's Eve and stars The Crown's Olivia Coleman and Fifty Shades Of Grey's Dakota Johnson. 

Plus, you might be able to spot a certain favourite from Normal People...

Watch the trailer below:

Paul Mescal, Jessie Buckley, Ed Harris, Peter Sarsgaard and Dagmara Dominczyk also star.

Adapted from the novel by Elena Ferrante, we see Leda (Olivia Colman) on a seaside vacation by herself and transfixed on a young mother (Dakota Johnson) and her relationship with her daughter. This results in Leda having flashbacks of her own early motherhood with her two daughters where Jessie Buckley plays a younger version of Olivia Colman's character.

Leda becomes transfixed by Dakota Johnson's character (

When Netflix released the trailer, people understandably were obsessed with the film's leading lady.

One person tweeted: "You had me at Olivia Coleman".

Another added: "Anything Olivia does I'm all in!".

There was even some talks on possible award season glory: "She's coming for that second oscar".


People are already chatting about Olivia Colman getting a second Oscar for the role (

And there was plenty of buzz around the rest of the star-studded cast.

"I see Jessie Buckley and I feel blessed", tweeted one excited fan.

Someone else declared: "Sexiest cast of all time yes"

Another tweeter put into simple words the reigning power of the Normal People star: "Paul mescal king".

Normal People's Paul Mescal also appears in the psychological drama (

Other people reacted to the the intensity of the trailer, saying that the drama of it all has already had an impact.

It seems like one person was glad they had escaped parenthood: "I feel like this will reinforce my child free status even more."

While parents felt the weight of caring for children: "When she said 'children are a crushing responsibility' I really felt that".

Another parent wrote: "As a mother, this looks terrifying."

We can't wait!

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix, Normal People