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Jessica Chastain tries to figure out if her co-worker is a killer in The Good Nurse trailer

Trailer: A nurse's tiring life takes a deadly turn in Netflix's first The Good Nurse trailer, based on a harrowing true story

A nurse’s tiring life takes a deadly new twist in the first trailer for Netflix’s The Good Nurse, based on a harrowing true story.

Jessica Chastain plays the title character, a nurse and single mother who hears disturbing rumors about her colleague Charlie Cullen (Eddie Redmayne), who was dubbed the Angel of Death after his arrest in 2003.

The thriller is adapted from the 2013 book of the same name, which tells the haunting true story of Cullen, who is confirmed to have killed at least 29 people but is suspected of possibly killing over 400, and how the character of Chastain, a nurse named Amy Loughren, helped stop him.

Trailer: A nurse's tiring life takes a deadly turn in Netflix's first The Good Nurse trailer, based on a harrowing true story

Trailer: A nurse’s tiring life takes a deadly turn in Netflix’s first The Good Nurse trailer, based on a harrowing true story

True story: Jessica Chastain plays the title character, a nurse and single mother who hears disturbing rumors about her colleague Charlie Cullen (Eddie Redmayne), who was dubbed the Angel of Death after his 2003 arrest

True story: Jessica Chastain plays the title character, a nurse and single mother who hears disturbing rumors about her colleague Charlie Cullen (Eddie Redmayne), who was dubbed the Angel of Death after his 2003 arrest

The trailer opens with Amy waiting in a restaurant when the door opens and Charlie approaches Amy’s table asking, “What’s going on?”

‘Just, you know, work has been pretty awful without you. You and I were partners,” Amy asks, though Charlie says, “I don’t want to talk about work.

‘Is it because… what they say is true?’ a visibly nervous Amy asks Charlie, who opens his eyes and looks at Amy.

Waiting: The trailer opens with Amy waiting in a restaurant when the door opens and Charlie walks over to Amy's table asking:

Waiting: The trailer opens with Amy waiting in a restaurant when the door opens and Charlie walks over to Amy’s table asking, “What’s going on?”

True: 'Is it because... what they say is true?'  a visibly nervous Amy asks Charlie, who opens his eyes and looks at Amy

True: ‘Is it because… what they say is true?’ a visibly nervous Amy asks Charlie, who opens his eyes and looks at Amy

The trailer shows a scene where they were working together as Charlie asks how the girls were doing, and she says, “They’re really good, but I work a lot.”

Amy is seen at home, where her nanny says she still owes her last week, but she says that can wait, although Amy insists and hands over the money as she kisses her daughters goodbye then let them go to school.

Back at work, Kim Dickens’ character introduces Amy to Officer Braun (Noah Emmerich), who asks her if she remembers a patient named Ana Martinez.

Girls: The trailer shows a scene where they were working together as Charlie asks how the girls were doing, and she says:

Girls: The trailer shows a scene where they were working together as Charlie asks how the girls were doing, and she says, “They’re really good, but I work a lot.”

Nanny: Amy is seen at home, where her nanny says she still owes her last week, but she says that can wait, although Amy insists and hands over the money as she kisses her daughters at the goodbye as they head to school

Nanny: Amy is seen at home, where her nanny says she still owes her last week, but she says that can wait, although Amy insists and hands over the money as she kisses her daughters at the goodbye as they head to school

Amy says she does, adding that “the death was sudden”, when she handed over papers from another officer (Nnamdi Asomugha).

Amy says there is “insulin in her system”, adding that it is a “double medication error” which is “really rare”.

The other officer asks if Charlie Cullen might be involved in this, which surprises Amy.

Suddenly: Amy says she does, adding that

Suddenly: Amy says she does, adding ‘death was sudden’, when she handed over papers from another officer (Nnamdi Asomugha)

Involved: The other officer asks if Charlie Cullen might be involved in this, which surprises Amy

Involved: The other officer asks if Charlie Cullen might be involved in this, which surprises Amy

She’s seen tending to another patient, saying she ‘can’t forget how cute your little Vanessa is’, although the woman asks, ‘Who is Vanessa?’

Amy notices another painting and says, “Oh my God, there’s insulin in her system” as a Code Blue alert goes off and she rushes down the hall.

Officers visit Amy at home, revealing Cullen has been to nine different hospitals, as Amy adds, “No, the hospital would have done something.”

Who: She saw caring for another patient saying she

Who: She’s seen tending to another patient saying she ‘can’t forget how cute your little Vanessa is’, although the woman asks, ‘Who is Vanessa?’

Insulin: Amy notices another chart and says,

Insulin: Amy notices another chart and says, “Oh my God, there’s insulin in her system” as a Code Blue alert goes off and she rushes down the hall.

Amy meets another woman, asking her if she remembers working with Charlie and she says she does.

“There was a rumor about him. They found insulin in a dead man’s saline bag,” clearly alarming Amy.

She returns home one evening to her daughters and is petrified to find Charlie waiting for her, as one of the girls asks, “Why are you weird, Mommy?”

Daughters: She comes home one night with her daughters and is petrified to find Charlie waiting for her, as one of the girls asks her,

Daughters: She comes home one night with her daughters and is petrified to find Charlie waiting for her, as one of the girls asks her, “Why are you weird, Mommy?” »

The trailer shows a number of dramatic shots with the other officer saying that Charlie is just going to get a new job at another hospital and everything will go on.

The trailer ends where it began – in the restaurant – with a new wrinkle, revealing that Amy is wired and the officers are listening, as the trailer draws to a close.

The Good Nurse, directed by Tobias Lindholm (A War) from a screenplay by Krysty Wilson-Cairns (Last Night in Soho), will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday before arriving in select theaters on October 19 and on Netflix October 26.

Again: The trailer shows a number of dramatic shots with the other officer saying that Charlie will just get a new job at another hospital and everything will go on

Again: The trailer shows a number of dramatic shots with the other officer saying that Charlie will just get a new job at another hospital and everything will go on

Coming soon: The Good Nurse, directed by Tobias Lindholm (A War) from a screenplay by Krysty Wilson-Cairns (Last Night in Soho), will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday before arriving in select theaters October 19 and on Netflix October 26

Coming soon: The Good Nurse, directed by Tobias Lindholm (A War) from a screenplay by Krysty Wilson-Cairns (Last Night in Soho), will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday before arriving in select theaters October 19 and on Netflix October 26

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