Rachel Sennott has joined the cast of Prime Video‘s Hitchcockian thriller “Holland, Michigan,” alongside Nicole Kidman, Gael García Bernal, Matthew Macfadyen, Jude Hill, Lennon Parham, Isaac Krasner, and Jeff Pope.
The film is directed by ‘Fresh’ filmmaker Mimi Cave from a screenplay by Andrew Sodroski. The film follows the story of a Midwestern housewife who uncovers a dark secret on the part of her husband, after coming to suspect that he’s having an affair.
The film is produced by Kidman and Per Saari for Blossom Films, alongside 42’s Peter Dealbert and Churchill Films’ Kate Churchill.
“Holland, Michigan” will be available on Amazon Video in over 240 countries and territories worldwide.
Rachel Sennott is best known for her role in Emma Seligman’s acclaimed indie film Shiva Baby. Most recently, she appeared in A24’s Bodies Bodies Bodies, I Used to Be Funny, and Finalmente l’alba. WME, Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment, and Yorn, Levine, Barnes represent Sennott.