The preface is visual, semi Hitchcockian, and not half awful. A MTA Metro-North prepare whisks Manhattan suburbanites past the sufficient terraces of the room suburb of Ardsley-On-Hudson; alcoholic English expat Rachel (Emily Blunt, doing yeoman’s work) rides it twice per day, charmed in the private motion picture screen of her prepare window. The group of onlookers will soon discover that she used to live here, in the decent house at 13 Beckett Road.
It’s currently the home of her ex, Tom Watson (Justin Theroux), and his blanched light second spouse, Anna (Rebecca Ferguson), who used to be their real estate broker. For reasons unknown, Rachel has gotten to be fixated on the house adjacent to theirs, where Megan lives with her hunky spouse Scott (Luke Evans). This makes her an imperative however totally questionable witness once the youthful Mrs. Hipwell vanishes, abandoning a trail of privileged insights, as estranged ladies are wont to do in thrillers that have Girl in the title.