Thanks to Gabby Hoffman's much-talked about roles in season three of HBO's Girls and Transparent, in which she plays Ali, the gender-queer daughter of Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) who is on her own (sometimes drug-induced) journey of self-discovery, she's one of our favorite young actresses. Hoffman also starred in the female-driven psychological horror film Lyle, writer/director Stewart Thorndike's lesbian-centered ode to Rosemary's Baby, which garnered her the Grand Jury Prize for Best Actress at OutFest 2014.
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Check out the synopsis to see if you can handle the creepy film that is coming to VOD and DVD:
Expecting couple Leah (Gaby Hoffmann) and June (Ingrid Jungermann) move into a Brooklyn brownstone apartment with their toddler daughter Lyle. Despite the strange baby-obsessed landlady downstairs and the group of female models who live above them, the two are happy with their new apartment until a bizarre accident leads to the death of Lyle. Months later, Leah is still grief-stricken, trying to make sense of Lyle's death, her landlady's odd behaviors, and her attraction to one of the models upstairs. As Leah prepares for her home birth, she begins to suspect the neighbors are involved in a satanic pact and fears for her unborn baby.
Lyle is available on DVD & VOD Sept. 29. Watch the exclusive clip below:
Lyle - Exclusive Clip from Breaking Glass Pictures on Vimeo.