Daisy Ridley's 'Zoetrope': Cast, Plot, & Where To Find It
Daisy Ridley has joined Chris Brandon, the creator of hit BBC drama Bloodlands, and award-winning Line of Duty and Bodyguard creator Jed Mercurio for a new drama series on Audible. Ridley made her voice-acting debut in the indie video game 12 minutes and is now starring in Zoetrope, a fictional podcast that follows Tamsin, an expat who arrives in Singapore and finds herself in comas. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about this new audio thriller.
What Is The Plot Of Zoetrope?
Tamsin (played by Ridley) is new to Singapore and trying to settle into her high-rise apartment block and meet hew new colleagues when things start to go horribly wrong, with her boss becoming incapacity in her bathroom. As an anonymous voice says, I saw what you did. Strange things begin to happen with her building's speaker system when an unknown voice begins calling out, "I see what your doing." Tamsin claims that her boss's death was an accident, but the scene looked nothing like it from the nearby high-rise building. The truth of what happened that night is hard to uncover, but it will all be revealed over the course of the three episodes.
Who Is In The Zoetrope Cast?
Ridley plays Tamsin, the protagonist of the film, as mentioned earlier. She stars alongside Jason Tobin, who plays Tamsins co-worker Alex. Tobin is best known for his lead role in the HBO series Warrior, in which he played Young Jun.
Ridley told Radio Times that working on Zoetrope gave her the chance to explore a completely new side to her acting. Its of course a brilliant thriller, but it s, as with all great dramas - punctuated by moments of great humour.
She added, "It meant I could incorporate a lot of my own personality into Tamsins character from the brilliant script by Chris Brandon, which I loved." The unique production on this series brings the drama of a Jed Mercurio thriller that his fans will love, to arguably broader audio experience you truly are immersed in the story.
Where is Zoetrope Available?
The series is now available on Audible. It currently contains three short episodes lasting between 10 and 15 minutes, making it the ideal lunchtime listening material.