Toby Jones leads an impressive cast in upcoming British thriller Kaleidoscope, a film which evokes memories of Psycho as it purports to tell the story of a destructive, inescapable relationship between a middle-aged man and his mother.Toby Jones has begun filming thriller Kaleidoscope under the direction of his brother and feature film debutante Rupert Jones. The production is currently taking place in a tailor-built set in London.
Rupert Jones hopes to transfer the success he’s found in short films, pop promos, television and theatre work to the big screen with producer James Wilkinson helping him bring together a stellar cast led by his brother Toby.
“We are delighted to have Toby, Anne and Sinead leading the cast,” Wilkinson said. “The script is a character-driven story that requires the best actors to bring these characters to life. We couldn’t be happier to have secured such incredible talent.”
Accomplished actor Toby Jones, who recently starred in the new Dad’s Army, will take the lead role of Carl in what is described as a “taut, psychological thriller”. A modern day Psycho, the film asks some unsettling questions: Can we ever escape the role in which we are cast by our early circumstances? Must a perpetrator first be a victim?