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Netflix’s ‘Intrusion’ Explores the ‘Terrifying Unknowability of People’

Netflix’s ‘Intrusion’ Explores the ‘Terrifying Unknowability of People’

Every floorboard creak and unexpected noise will have you spooked long after you’ve finished watching Intrusion, a haunting tale of isolation and what director Adam Salky calls “the terrifying unknowability of people.” Logan Marshall-Green and Freida Pinto star as Henry, a stylish architect, and Meera, a therapist and breast cancer survivor, who relocate from Boston to a palatial modern home Henry designed and helped build in a small New Mexico town. (Credit: Ursula Coyote/Netflix) “They want to reconnect and start a new chapter,” explains Salky. But before the couple can even uncork the wine for their housewarming party, their home is broken into twice in as many days. “Meera starts to question why they moved to this place and who the people around her really are,” he adds. Gripped by the fear that those behind the home invasion, like her cancer, could come back at any time, Meera grows paranoid.

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