A psychological thriller-horror on paranoia and gender power dynamics.
Highly astute and talented Adelaide filmmaking duo Josiah Allen and Indianna Bell make their feature debut with a confident, claustrophobic psychological thriller furnished with sharp, unexpected twists. Strange hermit Patrick (Brendan Rock) lives in an isolated caravan park. During a violent thunderstorm, a mysterious young woman (Jordan Cowan) appears at his door, seeking shelter from the weather. The longer the night wears on and the more the young woman discovers about Patrick, the more difficult she finds it to leave. Soon she begins to question Patrick’s intentions, while he begins to question his own grip on reality. Bell and Allen are meticulous manipulators of tension, and together with the film’s other key creative partnership of Rock and Cowan, deliver a terrifying two hander. You’ll Never Find Me was the only Australian film to be selected for the 2023 Tribeca Film Festival.
“A tour de force of minimalist filmmaking.” (SciFiNow)
“Brilliantly directed and carried by two central performances, You’ll Never Find Me is a great, self-contained nail-biter.” (CBR.com)