Shock in train of thought

Pilbara News - - Life­style -

The Girl on the Train, the movie adap­ta­tion of the best­selling novel by Paula Hawkins, hits the Moon­rise screen this Fri­day at 7.30pm.

Com­muter Rachel Wat­son (Emily Blunt) catches daily glimpses of a seem­ingly per­fect cou­ple, Scott and Me­gan, from the win­dow of her train.

One day, Rachel wit­nesses some­thing shock­ing un­fold in the back­yard of the strangers’ home.

She tells the au­thor­i­ties what she thinks she saw after learn­ing Me­gan is now miss­ing and feared dead.

Un­able to trust her own me­mory, she be­gins her own in­ves­ti­ga­tion, while po­lice sus­pect that Rachel may have crossed a dan­ger­ous line.

Tick­ets are on sale now at moon­risecin­ema.com.au and will be avail­able at the box of­fice on the night pro­vided they don’t sell out be­fore.

Moon­rise Cin­ema is at the TAFE cam­pus off Dampier High­way.

To stay up to date with movie sched­ules, make sure you fol­low Moon­rise Cin­ema on Face­book.

Pic­ture: Dream­works and Reliance En­ter­tain­ment

The Girl on the Train screens at Moon­rise Cin­ema this week­end.

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