‘Katie Says Goodbye’ Trailer

Vertical Entertainment has just released a slightly unsettling trailer for Wayne Roberts’ feature directorial debut, Katie Says Goodbye. The indie drama stars Olivia Cooke (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) and Christopher Abbott (It Comes at Night) as a a small town waitress who is mistreated by nearly everyone in her life and an ex-con named Bruno. It also features a rare dramatic role from Jim Belushi.

It seems like a pretty solid little drama with that “makes you feel uncomfortable vibe” the whole time you watch it. But based on the trailer alone, the performances are worth a watch when it comes out.

Plot Synopsis:

As Katie draws closer to saving the money necessary for her departure, the delicate harmony of her small town slowly begins to crumble and the townsfolk begin to take advantage of her innate kindness. In the end, Katie must either accept her lot and stay in the destitute town she was born into, or pursue a new life despite losing everything to those she loved and trusted.

Katie Says Goodbye comes to theaters and VOD on June 7.

What do you guys think? Interested in seeing this at all?

Author: K. Alvarez

A king without a throne.