Hollywood beauty Nicole Kidman says her new psychological thriller Trespass left her emotionally disturbed.
The Moulin Rouge star, who will be seen sharing screen space with the veteran actor Nicolas Cage in the film, cried out because of the story, which traces the story of a wealthy husband and wife who find their home encroached by strangers, Contactmusic reported.
Meanwhile, the movie’s director Joel Schumacher insisted that the film, slated for a next year release, creates panic on people’s mind about strangers entering their house.
“I think that’s probably most of our fears, that, in the middle of the night, you’re going to wake up and there’s somebody in your house. We’ve seen it in all the news stories and it’s a question of why are these people breaking in on this night and how did they know to do this,” said Schumacher.