'The Girl on the Train' is based on
Paula Hawkins' 2015 debut novel of the same name. The story is written by
Erin Cressida Wilson and directed by Tate Taylor; this movie will fall under thriller genre. This plot is based on the story of Rachel Watson's (played by
Emily Blunt) life post-divorce. Rachel, a woman in her thirties, is an addict to alcohol. She travels to London by the same train for work.
Every day the train crosses the house of her ex-husband, Tom, who lives with his new wife, Anna. A few houses down there was the home of another married couple. Rachel gets attracted towards this pair, whom Rachel nicknames Jess and Jason'. As Rachel sees the twosome daily, she starts to sense as she knows "Jess and Jason," what she calls them.
It’s the perfect life of this couple which she feels happy and envious about. Unlike the life she recently lost. And one day she sees something shocking and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds. It’s only a moment until the train passes on, but it’s sufficient. After this, all gets changed. Rachel wishes to tell all the truths she knows to the cop.
And indeed, she involves herself in what follows next, and with the lives of everyone connected. Has she done more evil than good?
To know, we have to wait until the 7th of October 2016.