"Not knowing if your child is really your child, that's terrifying..." - hmv.com talks to Seána Kerslake and Lee Cronin
Irish actres Seána Kerslake is perhaps best known for her role as hard-drinking party animal Aisling in comedt-drama series Can't Cope, Won't Cope, but for her latest role she's tackling something very different indeed.
Kerslake stars in a new horror film by writer/director Lee Cronin, The Hole in the Ground, which makes its debut in cinemas this week and revolves around a young, single mother named Sarah and her son, Chris. When Chris briefly goes missing in the woods near their home, Sarah is horrified to discover that a huge sinkhole has opened up in the ground, and immediately fears the worst. Fortunately, she manages to find her son, who seems to be unharmed, and the pair return to their usual daily lives.
However, Sarah begins to notice that Chris is behaving unusually and, as a result of several strange incidents, soon finds herself doubting both her sanity and whether the boy she brought home from the woods is really her son at all.
With the film in UK cinemas on Friday (March 1st) we caught up with Seána Kerslake and director Lee Cronin to talk about bringing The Hole in the Ground to the big screen.
Watch our interview with Seána and Lee below...