Yes it is a trues story that revealed how 29 patients killed by Charles Cullen in 16 years
Jessica Chastain plays Amy Loughren, and Eddie Redmayne plays Cullen, who helped police catch Cullen in real life
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From the get-go in the film, Amy becomes friends with Charles during a night shift at the imaginary Parkfield Remembrance Clinic. He helps Amy around the house as she fights cardiomyopathy, a serious heart condition, by preparing supper and doing schoolwork with the single parent's two youthful girls.
"They were inconceivably close," Wilson-Cairns says. "They were closest companions."
Amy begins to limit any association with Charles when she gains he was given up from a few medical clinics in New Jersey and Pennsylvania that confronted dubious patient passings while he was utilized there.
In any case, Charles proceeds to call and appear at her doorstep unannounced: In one of the film's most chilling scenes, Amy gets back home from work to find him playing in the lounge room with her children.
"A lot of that is true," Wilson-Cairns says. "She was very concerned when she started working with the police that Charlie would find out, and that (she) and her daughters would be in danger."
Charles often complained that his ex-wife made up "crazy stories" about him, including that he poisoned her dog. As Amy uncovered more information about Charles' sketchy hospital history, "she started to reevaluate those stories, like, 'What if he actually did do that?' "